Category: Fiduciary

Non-Competition and Non-Solicitation: Assessing your risk

By , April 18, 2016 8:32 am

We often get calls from employees who are thinking about leaving their employment, have left their employment, or have been terminated, and are considering working for a competitor or starting their own business. They are often concerned about non-competition and non-solicitation clauses contained in their employment contract and whether such clauses are enforceable. Non-Competition Clauses Continue Reading…

Should You See an Employment Lawyer About that Issue?

By , February 23, 2016 10:00 am

We often receive calls from individuals wondering whether it is worth spending the money to see an employment lawyer.  Sometimes this is because the employee has been fired and received a termination letter and the employee wants to know if the amount is fair.  Other times it is because an employee has been offer a Continue Reading…

Employment Contracts and Offer Letters | Can you do better?

By , January 15, 2013 3:01 pm

Employment Contracts and Offer Letters | Can you do better? Reviewing employment contracts and offer letters carefully is always a good idea.  Having your lawyer review them for you is an even better idea.  Here’s why: Increasingly, employers are asking new hires to sign employment contracts.  These employment contracts are prepared by lawyers hired to protect Continue Reading…

Employment Contracts: Negotiating Tips for Senior Executives

By , October 7, 2011 6:10 pm

Negotiating employment contracts for senior executives requires a personalized review of the terms of employment. Driven, personable, results- oriented, leaders are always in demand. These high-powered executives have negotiating leverage that most employees don’t. Here are five things to review in your employment contract if you are such a person: If you are being lured from Continue Reading…

Non-Solicitation Clause: Working For the Competition

By , August 29, 2011 9:27 pm

We often get calls from individuals who are thinking about quitting and immediately starting work with a competitor. The person calls us because his employment contract has a non-solicitation clause and he wants to know if it is enforceable. This is usually only the beginning of the conversation. Here are four questions that you should get answered before Continue Reading…

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