N.M. Stat. §§ 24-1I-1 through 24-1I-5: Health Care Practitioner Agreements – New Mexico

Status: Enacted
Year Enacted: 2015
Year Amended: 2017
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Noncompete clauses that restrict the right of a healthcare practitioner (broadly defined in statute) to provide clinical services are unenforceable after the end of employment except nondisclosure agreements to protect confidential information and nonsolitation clauses with a 1-year restriction for current patients of the employer. In addition, the employee may be required to return some payments if the employement lasts less than three years.

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