Your law fi rm has been hired by Central Health Community Clinics which is funded by both your local government and the federal government. Th ey have been looking for an Executive Director for almost a year and fi nally have selected a candidate with whom they intend to make an off er. Th e candidate’s name is Vennessa Chou. Th e clinic is located in Baltimore, Maryland. Th e salary for the position is $125,000 with four weeks of vacation and two weeks of sick leave annually. Th ey are willing to pay for two conferences each year and pay for membership in two professional associations. Th e clinic has never sought the advice of an attorney before, but the last contract that they prepared was such a mess that they believed it was time for some professional advice. Based upon the facts, what additional provisions should the Community Clinic consider including in its contract of employment with Ms. Chou? a. What provisions should be included in the contract and why? Explore diff erent types of contract provisions for Clinic Executive Directors and Hospital Chief Executive Offi cers. Do not limit yourself to the provisions suggested in this text. Th ink about the relationship between the parties and how each is best served in the contract. Check the law in Maryland if you are considering any restrictive provisions. b. Draft the employment agreement between Central Health Community Clinics and Vennessa Chou.