Executive Employment

Executive level employees have needs for counsel and representation that may differ from those of other employees. The employment relationship between executive level employees and their employers often is established through a negotiated contract. They may have significant executive benefit plan benefits, restricted stock options, deferred compensation and other provisions to consider in connection with accepting employment or leaving employment, whether voluntarily or involuntarily.

An employee might be able to obtain a fair employment agreement without an attorney, but the odds are against it. Whether changing companies, considering accepting a new position, expecting a promotion, developing an exit strategy, facing severance negotiations, or concerned about a breach, our experienced employment attorneys can assist with strategic planning, evaluating or negotiating an employment contract, or considering the violation of employment-related rights.

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