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Judge Rules for Doctors’ vs. Sadler Clinic

By: Howard Roden, The Montgomery County Courier

June 4, 2011

On June 4, 2011 The Montgomery County Courier ran the following article as part of the continuing coverage of the Sadler Clinic/physician lawsuit. A state district court judge ruled that a non-compete clause in the employment contracts of seven former Sadler Clinic physicians is “unenforceable” as a matter of law because those contracts do not contain a “reasonable” buyout provision.

Chris Hanslik, BoyarMiller Vice Chairman and attorney for the group of physicians, was quoted in the article saying that he was “extremely pleased with the ruling”.

For a link to the complete story, click here.