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When embarking on a new business relationship, it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of the opportunity. This is particularly true in employment relationships, which are often fraught with emotion and expectation.  It is crucial for employers and employees to understand and to immediately identify their rights: such as the ownership of employee work-product, and questions of liability.  On the flip side, the termination of an employment relationship can raise thorny issues: such as the availability of deferred and severance compensation, and geographical non-competition limitations.

Our firm has significant experience navigating the murky waters of employment law, and services we provide to our clients include:

  • Drafting and negotiating employment agreements
  • independent contractor agreements
  • Stock Option plans
  • Phantom Equity agreements
  • Non-Compete agreements
  • Confidentiality agreements