AHA Comments on Draft Uniform Law Provisions on Non-Compete Agreements

June 2, 2021

The AHA expresses concerns with the draft uniform law provisions on non-compete agreements for health care providers. We urge the Uniform Law Commission to either remove the section prohibiting non-compete agreements with health care providers or follow its normal procedures for developing recommendations and fully consider how to protect reasonable non-compete agreements with health care providers. View the entire letter below. 

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