Five Legal Considerations for Growing Veterinary Practices

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For most veterinary practices, providing excellent care with great customer service is their first priority. Following that, there are administrative tasks to manage, clinic operations to oversee, and community marketing to tackle. Unfortunately, the legal side of the business is often overlooked.

It’s easy to get wrapped up in the day-to-day operations of your business. But as your practice continues to grow, legal issues grow with it. Mishandling these issues can have a significant impact on your long-term success.

To help keep your business running smoothly, we offer services in regard to:

  • Defending veterinarians who are facing Board Complaints
  • Hiring/firing, drafting employee handbooks, and defending against wrongful termination complaints
  • Purchasing and Selling professional practices
  • Expanding your practice
  • Filing Veterinary Liens on overdue accounts

Keeping your business protected over the long-term can be as simple as meeting regularly with your business attorney to make sure your plans are up-to-date as your practice continues to grow and evolve. To learn more, call us today to schedule a complimentary practice assessment with one of our experienced business attorneys.

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