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Protect Your Dental Practice from Employment Law Violations

Available Immediately | 60 minutes | Price: $197 


URGENT: New employment law REQUIRES you to modify how you pay some of your full-time salaried employees, or fall victim to expensive lawsuit nightmares.

Effective Dec. 1st, the way you pay some of your salaried employees will change. The new Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) has revised the salary threshold for these employees. In a nutshell, this means you could be among the thousands of dental practices REQUIRED to pay overtime to full-time employees making less than $47,476 a year. And, noncompliance really isn't an option.

This new law demonstrates just how easy it is to be at serious risk of an employment law violation, unless you take action to protect your practice.

Nationally recognized dental-specialized attorney, Brian Hatch, Esq., will walk you through specifically what you must do to be employment law compliant during his training session. Brian specializes in helping dental practices just like yours to overcome employment law issues quickly and efficiently.

In only 60 minutes, you’ll get a real-world breakdown of which employment laws are most pertinent to your dental practice (including the new FLSA law going into effect in just a few weeks). 

Here are just some of the proven, step-by-step compliance advice you’ll receive by completing this training:

  • Employment Law Protection for Your Dental PracticeAvoid these key words when hiring or risk serious lawsuit (it’s not what you think)
  • Raise salaries or switch to hourly … Learn when and how to draw the line to comply with new FLSA law
  • Head off contractor employment contract mistakes that will come back to haunt you
  • Master key policy and procedure additions every dental practice handbook must include
  • Stop compensation issues from ripping your practice apart
  • Squash unfounded discrimination and harassment charges before they land you in court
  • Head off OSHA and HIPAA Whistleblower Laws from leading to serious financial penalties
  • Implement a social media policy to protect your patient information and your practice bottom line
  • Successfully terminate employees and avoid potential future legal payouts
  • And much more….

You may be thinking that even if you are in violation, why would you ever get singled out. Well, sometimes it’s beyond your control. All it takes is one employee complaint, or a random audit, and you are going to wish you had spent more time on this critical issue.

Don’t take the risk your dental practice isn’t employment law compliant. Invest just 60 minutes of your time, and get dental-specific advice that you can use right away to protect your practice. Don’t wait, order today.


Meet Your Expert: Brian Hatch, Esq. 

Brian HatchAttorney Brian Hatch has been involved in the dental field since 1995 and employment law since his graduation from Boston College Law School in 1984. His law practice, Hatch Legal Group, founded in 2003, is a dental specialty law firm located in Attleboro, Massachusetts. He has spoken on dental practices and employment law at a number of dental conventions, dental society meetings and dental schools, including the Yankee Dental Congress in Boston, Massachusetts, the Southeastern Massachusetts District Dental Society, Boston University Dental School, and Tufts University Dental School. His monthly newsletter, Dental Practice Legal Update, is distributed nationwide to all those in the dental industry, and he is the author of the reference book Dental Practice Law Guide. Attorney Hatch holds a Masters Degree in Labor Relations and Human Resources from the University of Rhode Island and graduated from Colgate University in 1981. He resides in Attleboro, Massachusetts.