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Florida 5th DCA Says Referral Relationships Not Protectable

A recent case out of Florida’s Fifth District Court of Appeals raises important raises important issues related to physician non-compete agreements. Let’s take a look: Before addressing the specifics of this case, some context is necessary: Agreements not to compete are restraints of trade. In any non-compete case, there are two lenses: restraint of trade … Continue reading

Non-Compete Nonsense: Louisiana Enforces Non-Competes Against Cardiologists (but not Car Dealers)

A recent case out of the Louisiana Court of Appeal reminds us that some states will enforce physician non-compete agreements, even in the absence of a clear protectable interest and even where such enforcement threatens harm to the public.  But the case does more than that: It forces us to take a hard look at … Continue reading

Expedia, Travelocity Sued for Antitrust

Travelocity, Expedia and some of the nation’s biggest hotel chains have been sued for antitrust in a class action lawsuit.  Last week, Seattle-based Hagens Berman filed the case in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. At its core, the case alleges that the hotels and the travel sites engaged in … Continue reading

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