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can I leave the clinic and work in the hospital only?
they said they will "fight" based on the non-compete clause. I say i'm not competing because they don't do any hospital work, only clinic.
yes. let me ask, how long would it take to resolve something like this? if I could work in the hospital-only for a couple of months it would solve the issue. would it take weeks? months?
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