Nurse Practitioner Non-Compete Deemed Invalid and Unenforceable
In 2006, Ameanthea Blanco joined Patient First Richmond Medical Group (“Patient First”) as a Family Nurse Pracitioner. She was responsible for screening patients in an primary and urgent care setting. As a condition of employment, she signed a non-compete contract.
In 2010, while working for Patient First, Ms. Blanco formed The Practice, Set Fee Clinic (“The Practice”) and solicited two physician co-workers at Patient . . .