Clark Hill Attorney Jayme R. Matchinski Published Article in Sleep Review Magazine

Mar 27, 2014
CHICAGO – Clark Hill Attorney Jayme R. Matchinski published an article in Sleep Review: The Journal for Sleep Specialists titled, “Not-So-Friendly Competition.”

Stated in the article “Employment agreements may include several different types of non-compete agreements including non-solicitation of patients, employees, referral sources, and vendors; geographic restrictions on practicing within a specified zip code, mileage radius, or county in relation to the sleep lab or DME company; a specified length of time for such restricted activities; and an enforcement provision. Many also include survival of termination or expiration and attorney’s fees provisions that are triggered in the event the employment agreement is terminated or expires and there has been a breach of the non-compete agreements by the former employee.”

To view the article, as well as the entire Sleep Review: The Journal for Sleep Specialists , please visit: http://www.sleepreviewmag.com/2014/01/not-so-friendly-competition/.

Sleep Review: The Journal for Sleep Specialists is dedicated to helping its 20,000 readers stay on top of changes in the rapidly growing field of diagnosing and treating sleep disorders. Each issue covers case reports, innovative research findings, business news and product and service introductions, as well as offering inspiring stories of leading sleep centers and useful ideas for improving sleep laboratory operations.

Matchinski concentrates her practice on health care and corporate law. She handles regulatory compliance, reimbursement, licensure and certification issues affecting health care providers, health care transactions and the purchase, sale and formation of health care entities. She has also successfully represented health care providers in reimbursement claims against insurance carriers and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.