- Confidentiality Agreements
- Contract Review & Negotiation
- Invention & Patent Agreements
- Non-Compete Agreements
- Non-Solicitation Agreements
- Post-Employment Contracts
- Pre-Employment Contracts
- Severance Package & Separation Agreements
- Trade Secret Agreements
New Employment Contract Review or Agreement -
Review & Negotiation
Contracts are everywhere in the workplace – new hire agreements, independent contractor agreements, non-compete agreements, etc. Any of these agreements can be mandatory documents in new hire paperwork. However, both employers and employees should understand the terms and conditions of any contract and ensure it complies with current legal requirements and is enforceable.
Any contracts or agreements a party signs can have a direct and drastic effect on the employment relationship.
- Does the contract or agreement have a non-compete provision? If so, are the geographic and time limitations reasonable? Is it specific as to what activities are “competitive?” Written correctly, non-compete provisions disallow a former employee from performing work for a competitor within a certain distance of the employer and for a specified period of time.
- Does the contract or agreement have a mandatory arbitration clause? If so, any disputes the parties have cannot go through the courts, but rather must be arbitrated.
These are just two examples of the many provisions that can have a significant impact on the employment relationship. Because of the incredible importance of these provisions and the language of all contracts and agreements, contact the attorneys at Walcheske & Luzi, LLC to ensure that your best interests are being represented and protected.
Existing Employment Contract Review or Agreement -
Contract or Agreement & Representation
There are a number of reasons you may need to have an existing employment contract reviewed. Contracts and agreements can be difficult to decipher. They are often full of “legalese” or poorly-worded provisions that will drastically impact the employment relationship. Due to the ever-changing nature of employment law, there is also a possibility that the provision(s) of the contract or agreement are out-of-date or invalid.
Don’t leave your contract or agreement to chance. The attorneys at Walcheske & Luzi have counseled hundreds of clients with their contracts and agreements. Contact Walcheske & Luzi to receive a comprehensive review of any contract or agreement to ensure that your best interests are being represented and protected.
The Walcheske & Luzi, LLC Difference
At Walcheske & Luzi, LLC it is our pledge to provide open and honest advice, taking the time to listen, counsel, and advise. We will closely review any employment contract or agreement, provide a full assessment and explanation of its provisions, and openly and honestly discuss the options and determine whether revisions are needed.