Noncompete agreements and restrictive covenants have increasingly become the subject of scrutiny, and within the healthcare sector the use of these agreements remains both highly controversial and highly litigated. Greenbaum attorneys Jessica M. Carroll and John Zen Jackson analyze these issues, including related activity on the legislative front and the potential impact of federal antitrust

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