EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTSOur team of employment lawyers is respected, knowledgeable and ready to provide creative results for employees and employers. Whether you are an established business, a start-up, looking to hire or dismiss an e Office129mployee we are here to assist. We also act for employees who have been wrongly treated by their employer. We review severance and other employment agreements for executives, managers and professionals. We arbitrate and litigate breach of non-compete or confidentiality clauses in employment contracts. We conduct work place investigations in cases of harassment, theft, workplace violence, fraud or other types of dishonesty to ensure that management can make proper decisions with legal advice. We regularly represent clients in the following areas: Severance Packages We review and negotiate severance agreements for executives. We negotiate better terms such as increased pay outs, extended health benefits, better equity treatment and more. We can help you get a better deal. Workplace Investigations When companies face internal or external issues of problems of wrongdoing (discrimination, harassment, whistleblowing, they retained our firm to investigate the matter. Employment Contracts Employment contracts can have major pitfalls for both employers and employees. Our firm can help you draft such agreements or act for you in reviewing them. Non Solicitation Clauses Numerous lawsuits have been won or lost on wrongly drafted non solicitation clauses. Have our firm draft these to ensure they comply with the latest precedents. Non-Competition Clauses and Agreement Non-compete clauses are often found in employment agreements across a broad range of companies and firms, including financial services companies (investment banks, hedge funds, asset managers, etc.), professional services firms (physicians, dentists, CPAs, etc.) and corporations, particularly for executive/management level positions. Ensure that you are properly protected. Workplace Bullying & Harassment, Human Rights & Discrimination, Sexual Harassment Offensive comments, discrimination, bullying, or unwanted sexual advances by a supervisor, manager or co-worker can create a hostile, intimidating, or offensive work environment. Often it is sexual harassment or workplace discrimination on the basis of race, sex, religious beliefs, age, disability or sexual orientation. For a consultation on any of the above or anything employment related, please contact us.
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