This event is a webinar. Registered attendees will be sent a link to access the webinar itself. It is recommended that registrants test their computer and audio prior to the webinar.
Registration closes the Monday before the event at 5pm.
Tuesday, February 12, 2019
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Please note pricing:
- Members: $0
- Non-Members: $75
Topic: Common Contractual Issues for Practicing Dentists (Prac Mgmt)
Instructor: John J. Murphy, III, Esq.
Disclaimer: No conflicts to report
Dentists are asked to sign complicated and confusing contracts that often contain standard terms that can have broad legal ramifications. This webinar will explore common terms and hidden pitfalls frequently found in independent contractor agreements, employment agreements, indemnification and hold harmless agreements, asset purchase agreements, and alternative dispute resolution agreements. This program is designed to provide a broad overview, as opposed to an in-depth technical legal analysis, of key legal provisions savvy clinician should be aware of before entering into these and other contracts common in the dental industry.
After this session, participants will be able to:
About the Speaker:
- Define common terms found in many legal agreements
- Describe 1-2 hidden pitfalls that practitioners need to be aware of
- Know enough of key legal provisions to be able to communicate successfully when seeking professional legal advice
John J. Murphy III, Esq. is a partner with Walker, Murphy & Nelson, LLP in Rockville, Maryland. John has tried to verdict more than 100 civil jury or bench trials and represents clients before various licensing boards, as well as in mediations and binding arbitrations. While his primary practice area still focuses on defending health care providers and long-term care facilities, he also works with clients involved in business, commercial, and personal injury litigation.
He received his JD from the Columbus School of Law at Catholic University of America. He is a member of the Maryland and District of Columbia Bar Associations.