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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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May 3, 2021 Feature Oral Health OfficePractice management

Are Employment Law Cases Ruining Practice Sales? Here’s What You Need to Know

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

Every week, our law firm has this same conversation with dentists. Dentist: “Will it hurt?” Lawyer: “A pinch at first. You’ll barely feel it.” Dentist: “What if I leave it alone?” Lawyer: “It’ll eventually infect your entire practice sale.” Dentist:

March 3, 2021 News BlogsPractice management

New Case Law Invalidates Employment Contracts in Ontario – Are Your Contracts Up To Snuff?

by Ljubica Durlovska, BA, LLB, CDPM

In the Summer of 2020, in the middle of a pandemic that saw many businesses struggling to adapt, shrinking their workforce, and in many cases closing their doors, the Court of Appeal dropped a bomb when they released the Waksdale

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May 29, 2020 Feature FinancesOral Health OfficePractice management

Re-Opening and Employment Law Obligations: A Q&A for Dental Employers

by Paul Martin, Wilton Martin Litigation Lawyers; Frank Portman, Wilton Martin Litigation Lawyers

As provincial economies begin to re-open in the wake of COVID-19, dental employers are preparing for the re-opening of clinics. However, the re-start of operations brings with it an abundance of employment law issues that must be carefully addressed in

May 28, 2020 News BlogsDental Team

Employment Law Considerations When Reopening Your Dental Business

by Anthony Panacci, Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP

As provinces begin to restart their economies, employers should have a strategy in place to minimize legal liability when reopening their businesses. This article highlights employment law considerations that are critical for the successful reopening of dental businesses. Ensuring Safety

April 16, 2020 News News

Employment Law in the Time of COVID-19: Managing the Workplace in Times of Uncertainty


Live Webinar The COVID-19 global pandemic has caused unprecedented challenges for Canadian dentists. As the ability to practice has been significantly restricted, dentists are facing difficult employment-related decisions. This webinar will address employment law considerations for Dentists, including: Solutions for

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November 19, 2019 Feature Dental HygieneDental StudentsNew dentistsNew grads

So, You Just Got A Job Offer… Contracts: What You Need To Know

by Stuart Rudner, Employment Lawyer and Mediator

Perhaps you’re fresh out of school, looking for your first position as a hygienist. Or maybe you have been working as a hygienist for many years and are looking to move to a new practice (or multiple practices). Or, perhaps

August 29, 2019 Feature Human ResourcesOral Health OfficePractice management

What You Don’t Know Will Hurt You

by Stuart Rudner. Rudner Law

You probably know what happens if you don’t practice good oral hygiene: tooth decay, gingivitis, and even worse. But what about preventative maintenance when it comes to employment law? The simple reality is that most dentists, whether they are the