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Davis S. on ContractsCounsel
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August 16, 2020

Davis S.

Founder
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Minneapolis, MN
21 Yrs Experience
Licensed in MN
Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Davis founded DLO in 2010 after nearly a decade of practicing in the corporate department of a larger law firm. Armed with this experience and knowledge of legal solutions used by large entities, Davis set out to bring the same level of service to smaller organizations and individuals. The mission was three-fold: provide top-notch legal work, charge fair prices for it, and never stop evolving to meet the changing needs of clients. Ten years and more than 1000 clients later, Davis is proud of the assistance DLO provides for companies large and small, and the expanding service they now offer for individuals and families.

Michael C. on ContractsCounsel
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May 12, 2023

Michael C.

Attorney and Business Consultant
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St. Paul, MN
16 Yrs Experience
Licensed in MN
Brigham Young University

I offer top-tier legal expertise in startups, corporate governance, and general legal research. As a professor and published author of research articles and conference presentations, I have established myself as a legal expert, writer, and scholar. My strong research skills and innovative thinking make me a highly capable business consultant, legal adviser, and copywriter. Currently a member of the Minnesota bar. Recent freelance projects include business plans, contract drafting, legal advisory memoranda, due diligence, pre-trial motion practice, and discovery review.

Deanna M. on ContractsCounsel
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July 28, 2023

Deanna M.

Attorney
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Raleigh, North Carolina
6 Yrs Experience
Licensed in MN NC
Ave Maria School of Law

I have had the opportunity to experience the legal industry in a private setting and public sector, representing individuals, companies of all sizes, as well as the Government. As a strong leader, I take pride in continuously tackling new challenges and learning as much as possible, always finding answers and delivering results to my clients. I received my JD from Ave Maria School of Law in Naples, Florida and went on to pass the Uniform Bar Exam. I am currently licensed in Minnesota and North Carolina. I have experience in real estate law, estate planning, contract law, family law, criminal law, and more.

Namrita N. on ContractsCounsel
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August 18, 2021

Namrita N.

Attorney at Law
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Plano, TX
4 Yrs Experience
Licensed in MN TX
Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Retired Dentist transitioned to Law, with a special interest in Commercial Real Estate, Startup businesses, Asset Purchase Agreements, and Employment Contracts. I love to help dentists and physicians with legal issues pertaining to licensing, credentialing, employment, and general business-legal questions.

Michael B. on ContractsCounsel
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October 30, 2020

Michael B.

Attorney
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Illinois
14 Yrs Experience
Licensed in MN IL, WI
University of the Pacific

Michael has extensive experience advising companies from start-ups to established publicly-traded companies . He has represented businesses in a wide array of fields IT consulting, software solutions, web design/ development, financial services, SaaS, data storage, and others. Areas of expertise include contract drafting and negotiation, terms of use, business structuring and funding, company and employee policies, general transactional issues as well as licensing and regulatory compliance. His prior experience before entering private practice includes negotiating sales contracts for a Fortune 500 healthcare company, as well as regulatory compliance contracts for a publicly traded dental manufacturer. Mr. Brennan firmly believes that every business deserves a lawyer that is both responsive and dependable, and he strives to provide that type of service to every client.

Yoko T. on ContractsCounsel
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July 22, 2020

Yoko T.

Principal
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Minnesota
5 Yrs Experience
Licensed in MN
Lewis & Clark Law School

A bilingual attorney graduated from J.D. with a C.P.A. license, an M.B.A. degree, and nearly ten years of experience in the cross-border tax field.

Maury B. on ContractsCounsel
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September 2, 2020

Maury B.

Senior Counsel
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Minneapolis, MN
33 Yrs Experience
Licensed in MN WI
Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Respected, driven, ethical, and high energy legal and business professional with strong focus on litigation, contracts and compliance issues. Critical management experience includes client development, developing core initiatives, and forecasting risk in major corporations. Strong legal research, analytical and problem solving skills with demonstrated adaptability in a multifaceted legal practice including delivering high value results in a Fortune 10 environment. Core competencies include: Tactical and strategic legal direction and support to clients which includes contract negotiation, drafting and review, business planning, and a passion for relationship management. Excellent legal research, writing, analytical and problem solving skills including legal training and compliance with regulatory requirements and corporate policies. Coordinates with in-house legal and business resources for team building with excellent verbal communication skills, coaching, and leadership.

Lyndsey G. on ContractsCounsel
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October 30, 2020

Lyndsey G.

Attorney
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Roseville, MN
10 Yrs Experience
Licensed in MN
Mitchell Hamline College of Law

Attorney of 6 years with experience evaluating and drafting contracts, formation document, and policies and procedures in multiple industries. Expanded to estate planning last year.

Morgan N. on ContractsCounsel
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March 24, 2023

Morgan N.

Attorney
Free Consultation
North Dakota and Minnesota
3 Yrs Experience
Licensed in MN ND
Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Morgan is a real estate attorney with six years of experience in residential, land, and commercial real estate transactions. He has experience assisting municipalities, businesses, buyers and sellers in real estate related matters. He has worked on various projects including purchase agreements, contract for deed, easements, mortgages, access agreements, contract/lease review and also title review. Prior to entering private practice, Morgan was a Realtor and assisted buyers and sellers in residential sales and closing services. Morgan provides proactive, responsive and dependable work to each client and project.

Noelle S. on ContractsCounsel
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August 3, 2023

Noelle S.

Employment and Business Lawyer
Free Consultation
Minnesota
17 Yrs Experience
Licensed in MN
Mitchell Hamline College of Law

I have been practicing law in Minnesota for the past 17 years, in general civil practice. My primary focus is employment law and contracts.

Jessica I. on ContractsCounsel
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August 31, 2023

Jessica I.

Attorney
Free Consultation
Saint Paul, Minnesota
6 Yrs Experience
Licensed in MN
Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Jess has been practicing law since 2018, but she's been in the business world far longer. Prior to law school, she gained valuable experiences managing in both retail and service industries. As an attorney, she combines practical real-world know-how with a deep understanding of the law. Learn more at www.voyagerlawmn.com

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Employment Legal Questions and Answers

Employment

Employee Separation Agreement

Florida

Asked on Jul 24, 2023

How to track employee separation agreements?

I am an HR Manager at a company that is in the process of restructuring and downsizing its workforce. As part of this process, we need to ensure that all employees are given a fair and equitable separation package. I am looking for assistance in understanding how I can track and manage employee separation agreements, in order to ensure accuracy and compliance with applicable laws.

Diane D.

Answered Jul 28, 2023

I would look into a good HR software package.

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Employment

Physician Employment Agreement

North Carolina

Asked on Aug 8, 2023

Key terms in physician employment agreements?

I am a physician who is considering a job opportunity at a hospital, and I am in the process of negotiating employment terms. I am interested in understanding the key terms that should be included in a physician employment agreement so that I can make the best decisions for my career.

N'kia N.

Answered Sep 24, 2023

Generally, a physician employment agreement contains most of the same terms as any other employment agreement. However, some of the terms must be tailored to the role. Additionally, the agreement may contain terms that are specific to the physician role. Below are some key terms in physician employment agreements: License and Continuing Education - By law, to be a physician, an individual must obtain a professional license and then must earn continuing education credits to retain the license. Most physician employment agreements address these requirements, including such factors as whether the employer or the employee is responsible for the costs associated with compliance. Privacy and Confidentiality - Physicians have more privacy and confidentiality obligations than the typical employee. For example, a physician must comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act ("HIPAA"). Physician employment agreements commonly address standards regarding patients' information, as well as the employers' proprietary information. Special Restrictions - Due to the nature of the physician role, employers might prohibit their physician employees from providing physician services elsewhere ("non-competition agreement"). Also, some might prohibit their physician employees from soliciting patients to receive physician services elsewhere ("non-solicitation agreement").   Special considerations - Further, as applicable, physician employment agreements will detail any special considerations for the role, such as stock options, relative value unit ("RVU") expectations, or volunteering, teaching, or scholarship requirements.

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Employment

Physician Employment Agreement

North Carolina

Asked on May 22, 2023

When to use a physician employment agreement?

I am a physician who has been approached by a practice to join their team. I am interested in learning more about the details of the agreement that I will be signing, including when a physician employment agreement should be used. I want to make sure that I am making the best decision for my career and that I am fully informed when signing the agreement.

N'kia N.

Answered May 23, 2023

In North Carolina, written employment agreements between medical groups and the physicians that they employ are standard. A reputable group will almost always present a proposed agreement to a prospective employee without being prompted. Sometimes, the proposed agreement is in the form of an "offer letter" that, once signed, will become the contract between the parties. Before signing any proposed agreement, a prospective employee should ensure that it accurately reflects what the parties have agreed to. It should include all of the agreed-upon terms and should be written clearly enough that an outside third party could interpret what the parties intended without seeking further explanation. Additionally, a prospective employee should pay close attention to contract clauses intended to have long-term effects, including but not limited to "restrictive covenants" such as non-disclosure, non-competition, or exclusivity provisions. Last, a prospective employee might consider having an attorney review a proposed employment agreement before signing. Good luck!

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Employment

Physician Employment Agreement

New York

Asked on Jun 20, 2023

How to amend a physician employment agreement?

I am a physician who has recently been offered a position with a new practice. The offer came with a physician employment agreement that I need to sign. However, after further review of the agreement I have identified some changes that I would like to make to the terms of the agreement. I am seeking advice from a lawyer on how to amend the agreement to ensure that my interests are properly represented.

Erdal T.

Answered Jun 27, 2023

I am an employment attorney who regularly deals with employment agreements, including those involving physicians. Let me know which provisions concern you. My fee structure depends on the level of my involvement. We can discuss more in an initial phone call to go over your submission.

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Employment

Employee Separation Agreement

North Carolina

Asked on May 31, 2023

Employee separation agreement and notice periods?

I am an employee who is currently in the process of resigning from my current position. I have been offered a separation agreement from my current employer which outlines the terms of my departure. I am looking for clarity on the notice period that must be included in the agreement, as well as any other requirements that must be fulfilled in order to ensure a smooth and compliant transition.

Shelia H.

Answered Jul 11, 2023

North Carolina is an at-will state, meaning that either party can terminate the work relationship at any time, as long as that termination is not done illegally...for instance, as the result of employment discrimination. If you have a contract with an employer, then you are bound by the terms of the contract. For instance, if the contract states that you must provide 30 days notice prior to termination, then if you don't provide the notice, you could be in breach of the contract. In regards to what must be in the agreement, the employer can't provide false or misleading information. If the employee is over 40, then the employer must provide at least 21 days for the employee to review the agreement under the Older Workers Benefit Protection Act.

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