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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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From the VetPartners Experts: 6 Actions Veterinary Practice Owners Need to Take Now for a Successful Retirement Later

Jan 30, 2019
Succession Planning
Stith Keiser

The waves lapped at a pink-hued sand beach in the Bahamas while two actors, presumably grandparents, frolicked with their “grandkids.” The next scene focused on a similarly aged couple lea...

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From the VetPartners Experts: Reward, Retain, and Motivate Your Employees

Jan 23, 2019
Practice Management
Paul Criscione

It’s a fact that today’s generation of new veterinarians are saddled with debt, stress, and anxiety. Coping with the pressure of unsurmountable debt, it seems fruitless to even try moving ...

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Hurry! Don’t Miss the VetPartners 2019 Annual Meeting

Jan 9, 2019
VetPartners Meetings
Sarah Rumple

Hurry! Hurry! Don’t be late! The VetPartners 2019 Annual Meeting is going to be great So many of your friends and colleagues are sure to be there After two days of CE and networking, you’l...

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From the VetPartners Experts: What’s a No-Lo Practice?

Dec 21, 2018
Practice Valuation
Karen Felsted

A no-lo practice is one that has no dollar value, or an exceptionally low value, from the perspective of a buyer or investor (i.e., they aren’t going to be willing to pay much for this practice)...

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