The CEO of the hospital has meetings with employees in groups , the last few days . She discusses referrals and of surgical patients , and informs the employees that they should ask for the two surgeons hand picked by her . There are three other full time surgeons working in the hospital . They have been in this hospital for more than 20 yrs and are established - - - surgeon
Employment / Labor Attorney
It does not sound illegal. It just seems like a management decision to promote two surgeons, who are probably very qualified.
Wrongful Termination Lawyer
Unless there is some sort of antitrust/restraint of trade issue here – which I can't tell from your fact pattern – it sounds as if what is happening is legal. The to establish surgeons have a right to complain.
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Personal Injury Lawyer
If there is some sort of financial kickback or referral fee then there are a host of potential State and Federal laws that could be in play.
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