Why Do I Have to Sign a Non-Compete When Selling My Practice?

Posted on June 17, 2019

    Why Do I Have to Sign a Non-Compete When Selling My Practice?

    Thad Miller: What Does Real Estate Have to Do With Dental Practice Transitions?

    Posted on April 21, 2019

      Q: How does real estate factor into a dental practice transition? A: Real Estate is always part of the consideration when transitioning a dental practice. For the seller, who owns or leases space, it involves negotiating terms with the buyer. For...

      Restrictive Covenants

      Posted on January 04, 2018

        Restrictive covenants, commonly referred to as “non-competes”, are important to protect your practice in two situations - when purchasing an existing dental practice and when hiring an associate dentist to work in your practice.  In each of these situations...

        David P. Durm: Real Estate and perspectives of the Buyer and Seller

        Posted on May 28, 2017

          David Durm is a partner in Barnes & Thornburg LLP’s Indianapolis, Indiana office and a member of the firm’s Real Estate and Corporate Departments.  Mr. Durm previously held the position of Vice President – Legal and Assistant Secretary for Duke Realty...

          Letters of Intent: Amy VonDielingen, Wooden & McLaughlin

          Posted on June 19, 2015

            Letters of Intent are critical to frame the agreed upon deal and give direction to both buyer and seller in a transaction.  Thad Miller of ddsmatch sits down with Amy VonDielingen, attorney with Wooden & McLaughlin to discuss this important document and...