Virginia Family Doctor Not Bound by Non-Compete Contract
A physician signed a non-compete with a medical practice. Later, the practice’s sole shareholder, a physician, passed away. Thereafter, the practice ceased operating as a professional corporation and began operating a non-professional corporation.
On appeal, the Supreme Court of Virginia held a non-professional corporation has no standing, and no competitive interest, to enforce a restraint on trade against a physician, and found in . . .