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Employment laws are constantly changing. Statutes and regulations affecting the workplace, including hiring and firing of employees, can be confusing.
VetCounsel offers guidance and assistance with a variety of employment matters, such as:
- Drafting/negotiation of employment contracts
- Human Resources
- Employment hiring/termination documentation
- Performing background checks
- Restrictive covenants ('non-solicitation' and 'non-compete' terms)
- Revising/drafting employee handbooks
- Federal guidelines affecting your workplace
Contact VetCounsel (404.250-3270) to set up an appointment for consultation on your employment concerns and needs.
Contracts serve as THE foundation for every business deal - whether between employer and employee, independent contractors, buyers and sellers, or landlord and tenant.
Basically, a verbal or written contract is simply an agreement between two or more parties for the doing, or not doing, of some specified act.
"One size does not fit all"- Most business problems arise when contracts fail to include terms applicable to the particular situation.
In order for contracts to be considered "legally enforceable" they must meet certain minimum requirements and, depending upon the situation, can only be enforceable if they appear in written form.
VetCounsel can provide assistance with a multitude of contracts - such as negotiating general business contracts involving third party vendors/tenants/suppliers; assisting with practice sales/mergers and related documents; formation of business entities (including bylaws or operating agreements); or drafting/defending of employment contracts.
VetCounsel strives to helps clients maneuver through the details and “the litany of nuance” associated with drafting and negotiating documents – whether hiring an associate, forming a business entity, selling a practice, renting space, or simply "conducting business".
Contact VetCounsel (404.250.3270) to arrange a consultation with an attorney regarding contract concerns, needs and goals.
Threats and allegations of negligence or malpractice can be extremely stressful, costly in terms of time and money, and are especially troubling because it puts a veterinarian’s or veterinary technician’s livelihood at risk.
Complaints and grievances filed with a court or with the State Board of Veterinary Medicine are made for a variety of reasons and can come from various sources - a client, associate, employee, or employer. Each of whom might simply threaten - without actually taking legal action.
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VetCounsel provides veterinary professionals with legal assistance, guidance, and representation in addressing administrative investigations as well as threats of lawsuits.
Contact VetCounsel (404.250.3270) to arrange an appointment for consultation in efforts to help you take the appropriate steps to protect your license and your rights.
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