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Why Veterinary Non-Competes Are Here to Stay Despite the Proposed Ban by the FTC

Apr 10, 2024

In veterinary medicine, non-compete agreements have long been a contentious issue. These agreements, often included in contracts between employers and employees, restrict veterinarians from practicing within a certain geographical area for a specified period after leaving their current job. However, a proposed ban by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), which mirrors California law on non-competes, has sparked debate among industry professionals and policymakers alike. While some support a complete ban on veterinary non-competes, others advocate...

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VetPartners Kicks Off 2021 with Successful Virtual Annual Meeting

Feb 15, 2021
VetPartners Meetings

Whether we like it or not, everyone is becoming accustomed to once-in-person meetings being held virtually, and VetPartners’ latest iteration was by all accounts a success. For the second time i...

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VetPartners Member Spotlight: Gina Fortunato

Feb 12, 2021
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Today’s VetPartners Member Spotlight shines on Gina Fortunato, Vice President, Veterinary Services at Crum & Forster Pet Insurance Group. Gina has been a VetPartners member since 2013. Read ...

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VetPartners Member Spotlight: Kristin Wuhrman

Feb 12, 2021
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Today’s VetPartners Member Spotlight shines on Kristin Wuhrman, Executive Vice President, Strategy and Business Development at Basepaw. Kristin has been a VetPartners member since 2020. Read on ...

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Telemedicine is Coming to the Vets, Part 10: Highlight on FirstVet

Jan 20, 2021
Innovation
Carolyn Shadle

This is the tenth in a series of telehealth articles to be published on the VetPartners blog. Each article in the series will feature a different veterinary telemedicine option, providing valuable ins...

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