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Dealing with badly drafted restrictive covenants and final closure on Seldon?

Here are a few updates on previously reported cases:

Courts rewriting restrictive covenants

Some of you may recall that earlier this year in the case of Prophet plc v Huggett, the High Court held that courts could re-write badly drafted restrictive covenants in order to bring them in line with common sense. However, this decision has been overturned by the Court of Appeal.

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HR and employment law in a dental practice

The inherent difficulties of operating a practice day to day are, of course, substantial. One area that can often be neglected in the pursuit of superior quality standards and patient care is HR and employment law issues.

While this question may present no problems when all is running smoothly on the ‘Good Ship Dental Practice’, there is however a wealth of legal issues potentially lurking beneath the surface for the unprepared practice owner and associate alike. So what can go wrong? 


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