One of the most critical relationships in a business—one upon which the continued stability of a company rests—is between the business entity and its key employees, such as key sales people and senior managers. Finding key individuals to fill essential roles in your growing business can bring stability, focus, and a competitive edge. VLF’s business groups in Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, Austin and Los Angeles have employment contract lawyers that work with business people and management to identify and structure obligations the business wants in a key-person relationship. Every executive, management, and employment contract requires both the business and its key employee to work together to build the business. VLF has spent over twenty years working with business leaders and key employees to protect key business information and assets, and clearly delineate the responsibility each has to build the enterprise in their employment contracts.
Find out why countless businesses have chosen VLF as their business and corporate law firm of choice. Contact us today to schedule a consultation with one of our employment contract attorneys. Employment contracts have various provisions, from deferred compensation and stock options to non-disclosure and non-compete provisions. VLF works with the company or the senior executive, as the case may be, to structure the employment agreement the parties contemplated and agreed upon originally.
With key market presence in Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, Austin and Los Angeles, VLF’s employment attorneys are a natural fit for businesses looking to structure contracts, from straightforward non-disclosures, to executive employment contracts, and possibly contentious non-competes and trade secret agreements.
Structuring the Employment Contract
Whether you are taking steps to hire a skilled individual to fill an executive role in the company, or working out the details of a promotion from within, your employment contract lawyer from Vethan Law Firm’s contract attorneys will lend experience and expertise to help you negotiate favorable terms in critical employment contracts.
Enforcing the Employment Contract
Even when an employment contract is in place, disputes and breaches of contracts may occur. Sometimes, unfortunately, the road to enforce or set aside an employment contract leads to the courthouse. When your business needs employment contract attorneys or skilled litigators with experience in complex employment contracts, Vethan Law Firm, P.C., stands ready to provide the experience and expertise you deserve.
With direct input from our clients’ managers and decision-makers, our employment contract attorneys can create key employee contracts, independent contractor agreements, agreements with covenants of non-disclosure of trade secrets and proprietary information, and, in appropriate cases, non-compete agreements.
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