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Jaw Law Podcast

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About Jaw Law

JAW LAW was created to provide dentists with an additional resource–specifically, a legal resource–to help navigate all the information flooding the Internet regarding the business of dentistry. 

JAW LAW is the project of the attorneys at McGregor & Oblad, PLLC, a dental-specific law group based out of Dallas, Texas. The team at McGregor has represented clients in thousands of dental transactions across the country. JAW LAW is intended to help transfer some of this acquired knowledge to a wider audience.

It should go without saying–but we must say (after all, we’re lawyers)–JAW LAW does not constitute legal advice, nor does it replace hiring a competent lawyer in your matter. These podcasts are meant to make dentists more aware of issues that may arise in certain transactions and how others in the marketplace deal with them. In no way is JAW LAW intended to substitute the use of a real lawyer.

Please feel free to request podcast content on our Contact page. Additionally, please feel free to contact our attorneys at www.texasdentallawyer.com.

Are Restrictive Covenants Enforceable?

If you want to save yourself some time on the most frequently asked question, the answer is “probably.” But, if you want to learn a little more about the when, how, why, and the sometimes why not, then tune in to this episode.

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Good Fit

When buying a practice, what do we mean by saying the seller and the buyer are a “good fit?” In this episode, we explore some intangibles to consider when buying a practice, including some slightly controversial topics.

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Good Will

What is Goodwill, and why do some people make such a huge fuss over it when buying or selling a dental practice? In this episode we define goodwill, lightly touch on its tax implications, and explore why it’s one of the most misunderstood aspects of the dental...

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Excess Consideration

Ever wonder what hidden provisions lurk inside your lease, waiting to bite when you least expect it? An increasingly common problematic provision is “excess consideration,” where a landlord may obligate you to hand over whatever you make from the sale of your...

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