Florida Employment Agreement Attorneys
The benefits of employment agreements are that they define the scope and terms of the employer-employee relationship. When skillfully prepared, employment contracts can provide important clarity regarding job requirements, expectations, compensation, and help to deter potential disputes that often result in costly litigation.
The attorneys of Richard D. Tuschman, P.A. are experienced at negotiating and drafting employment agreements on behalf of employees and employers. We routinely review, consult, and, when necessary, litigate various types of employment contracts. Talk to us about your agreement needs.
Whether you are an employee or an employer, our seasoned employment law attorneys can assist you with employment agreements including:
- Severance Memorializes particular terms of an employee’s separation from employment and typically requires an employer to waive legal rights in exchange for a sum of money.
- Non-compete Agreements: Typically requires an employee to keep from working in the same occupation or industry for a particular length of time in a particular geographic area once his or her employment with the employer has ended.
- Confidentiality Agreements: Typically prohibits an employee from disclosing any confidential or trade secret information he or she learned of during the course of employment with the employer.
- Non-Solicitation Agreements: Typically prohibits an employee from soliciting work from his or her prior employer’s customers or clients.
- Executive Agreements: Typically made between a person at an executive level and the company for which he or she works, and which typically have unique terms and conditions associated with length of employment, functions of position, compensation, benefits, and reasons for termination.
- Arbitration Agreements: A private agreement between employer and employee where the parties agree to submit to legal claims to either lawyers or retired judges for expedited determination rather than to a court of law.
- Independent Contractor Agreement: Agreement where one party performs work for another, but still maintains his or her independence to work for third parties.
We Represent Employees & Employers
The attorneys of Richard D. Tuschman, P.A. have more than 45 years of experience in assisting both employees and employers through the complexities of employment agreements. We would be happy to discuss your business contract issue or business contract dispute, and provide free consultations to answer your questions and evaluate your situation.