A recent appellate decision out of the Beaumont Court of Appeals may throw a new wrinkle into Texas’s ever-evolving law on physician noncompetition agreements.

In Texas, physician noncompetition agreements must contain buyout provisions to be enforceable. That is, the physician must be allowed to buy his or her way out of the geographical and temporal restrictions the noncompetition agreement imposes.
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