Restrictive covenants are commonplace in the healthcare space. Doctors and hospitals routinely enter into non-compete and non-solicitation agreements in an effort to retain talent, among other reasons. However, in May of 2022 the New Jersey Assembly proposed legislation that may serve to significantly limit the scope of restrictive covenants, both within the healthcare space and
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Ms. Lucey is a trial attorney who focuses her practice on employment, higher education, and complex litigation matters in state and federal court. She represents private and public entities, including institutions of higher learning, in employment discrimination and retaliation actions, professional negligence cases, Title IX claims, and general business disputes. She also lectures and consults on employment and human resources law and provides guidance related to litigation avoidance and the practical implications of various state and federal laws affecting employers.
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Following the historic U.S. Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization overturning Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, attorneys and legal scholars are anticipating an avalanche of legal and practical issues emanating from the fact that there is no longer a federal constitutional right to obtain an abortion. Vesting…