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    I am considering working for a private practice of speech-language pathology. The owner of the practice has been in business for abour 15 years and is very successful. She has two offices. She has offered me a contract, which appears fairly usual with clauses for confidentiality and 60-day termination.

    She has included a non-compete clause which would be in effect during employment and for 12 months after termination of employment. It states that: Employee shall not within an area which is 10 miles from any of her offices during the term of the agreement, without prior written consent of the owner, directly or indirectly, own, manage, operate, establish, control, be connected to, participate in, render services to, make loans to, or otehrwise be connected in any manner with the ownership, management, operation or control of any -private practice speech pathologist; -private tutoring service; -person/entity involved in a number of programs which the contract lists (the programs are commercially available and are widely used by many professionals all over the United States).

    Should I enter into such a contract?
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