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June 30, 2021 Feature Oral Health OfficePractice management

Are Non-Compete Clauses Legal in Ontario? Only Sometimes.

by Michael Carabash, BA, LLB, JD, MBA, CDPM

It happens daily. A dentist looking to practise is presented with an associate agreement. Meanwhile, another dentist, selling their practice, is presented with a purchase and sale agreement. Both agreements include a non-compete clause, which tries to restrict that dentist

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June 29, 2020 News BlogsPractice management

Brave New World: A Lawyer’s Suggestions for Dentists in the COVID-19 Era

by Neil M. Abramson

In merely a few short months, life as we know it has changed dramatically. Since the beginning of the COVID‑19 pandemic, the way in which we do virtually everything has changed. It is hardly surprising, then, that the same is

June 9, 2020 News News

CAUT Health and Safety Fact Sheet

by DCY

Many dental offices and their team members will be performing more hand scaling and root planning to minimize aerosol generating procedures. WE SUGGEST: Dentists and their team members: Consider the exercises HERE to reduce the likelihood of injury, subject to

February 14, 2020 News News

Dentists and Lawmakers Call for More Regulation of DIY Orthodontics

by Boston 25 News

Anyone who has looked into straightening their teeth can tell you just how expensive the procedures are. That’s why hundreds of thousands of patients have turned to “do-it-yourself” straighteners. The billion-dollar “direct to consumer” dental industry has online-based companies popping

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October 31, 2019 Feature Oral Health Office

Top 10 Legal Tips For Obtaining Consent In Dentistry

by Josh Koziebrocki, LLB, BA

Dentists are responsible for performing procedures that may have some impact, whether major or minor, on the health and wellbeing of their patients. As a means of enhancing the autonomy of patients, provincial regulators such as the Royal College of