Signed contract-Changed Mind

I am a physician. I have accepted a position and signed a contract which is effective August 1, 2005. I have now changed my mind and no longer wish to take the position.

I have not received any form of advanced payment nor a sign-on bonus.

What legal consequences should I expect if I change my mind now?

1 answer  |  asked Apr 8, 2005 1:29 PM [EST]  |  applies to Texas

Answers (1)

Christopher McKinney
Controlled by Contract

This is one of those questions that no one will be able to answer for you until they have an opportunity to read the contract at issue. My experience with physician contracts is that they typically contained fairly detailed provisions regarding early termination by one part or the other. Carefully review your document to see if it spells out any specific remedies for the employer. If you wish to contact us you may at www.mckinneylaw.net
Take care.

posted by Christopher McKinney  |  Apr 8, 2005 1:39 PM [EST]

Answer This Question

Sign In to Answer this Question

Related Questions with Answers

Have an Employment Law question?

Virginia Employment Lawyers

Matthew Sutter Matthew Sutter
Sutter & Terpak, PLLC
Annandale, VA
Sheri Abrams Sheri Abrams
Sheri R. Abrams PLLC
Oakton, VA
Gerald Lutkenhaus Gerald Lutkenhaus
Virginia Workers Compensation & Disability Lawyer
Richmond, VA
Edward Lowry Edward Lowry
MichieHamlett
Charlottesville, VA
Matthew Kaplan Matthew Kaplan
The Kaplan Law Firm
ARLINGTON, VA

more Virginia Employment Lawyers