Employment and Human Resource Matters

HIPAA Concerns When Responding to Online Patient Reviews

As dental attorneys in Columbus, Ohio, Nardone Limited advises dentists and dental practices on a variety of matters, including labor and employment issues, human resource issues, as well as other legal matters that arise. For example, we are often asked to advise dental practices on whether they can and should respond to a patient who […]

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A Patient Has Posted a Negative Online Review—Now What?

As dental attorneys in Columbus, Ohio, Nardone Limited advises dentists and dental practices on a variety of matters, including labor and employment issues, human resource issues, as well as other legal matters that arise. For example, we are often asked how dental practices should respond to a patient who has posted a negative online review. […]

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How the National Labor Relations Act Impacts Dental Practices and Healthcare Providers

The Columbus, Ohio employment attorneys at Nardone Limited regularly assist our clients with labor and employment issues, such as Department of Labor compliance, as well as advice on preventing and responding to discrimination charging affidavits filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) and the Ohio Civil Rights Commission (“OCRC”). As a part of Nardone […]

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The Importance of Securing and Retaining Talent

     The dental attorneys at Nardone Limited in Columbus, Ohio regularly assist dental practice owners with employment matters, including advising our clients in the hiring process and drafting employment agreements. We routinely advise our dental practice owners that the most valuable asset in their business is: their talent. Dental practices spend a lot of […]

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Terminating the Dentist-Patient Relationship

     As dental attorneys in Columbus, Ohio, Nardone Limited advises dentists and dental practices on a variety of matters, including labor and employment issues, human resource issues, as well as other legal issues that arise. As an example, we are occasionally asked to provide guidance to dentists regarding terminating the dentist-patient relationship. It is […]

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Study: Salary Transparency Among Bosses Increases Employee Productivity

     As part of the work we do with dental practices, the dental attorneys at Nardone Limited are always looking at ways to improve relationships between owning doctors and their employees.  We all recognize the value that our talent (i.e., our employees) brings to our offices daily.  What we also do, however, is struggle […]

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Determining the Most Beneficial Options for a Dental Practice Owner to Handle an Employment Dispute

           The dental attorneys at Nardone Limited in Columbus, Ohio want to ensure our clients execute the proper employment agreements, so the interests of their dental practices are protected. Specifically, we want to protect our dental practice clients from liability that arises from potential employment disputes. As part of managing a […]

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Enforceability of No Contact or No Treatment Provisions in a Non-Compete Agreement

           The dental attorneys at Nardone Limited in Columbus, Ohio want to ensure our clients execute the proper employment agreements, so the interests of their dental practices are protected. Specifically, we want to protect our clients from unfair competition. As part of managing a successful dental practice, most dental practice owners […]

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Proper Hiring Procedures Can Protect Against Future Discrimination Claims

     The dental attorneys at Nardone Limited want to ensure our clients have the proper hiring procedures in place to protect their dental practice from future liability stemming from their actions during the hiring process. As part of managing a successful dental practice, all dental practice owners will need to go through the process […]

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Misunderstanding of Overtime Rules

The attorneys at Nardone Limited, in Columbus, Ohio, regularly assist our clients with employment issues, including compliance with the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) and the Department of Labor’s wage & hour standards. The FLSA sets the minimum wage an employer may pay an employee and the Department of Labor enforces compliance with the FLSA’s […]

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