Dallas Attorney For Executive Employment And Severance Agreements
High-level executives and other key employees often enter into detailed employment contracts, including covenants not to compete, that are intended to define obligations, restrictions and other terms of the relationship. When these employees and their companies part ways, amicably or otherwise, severance agreements are sometimes used to set the terms for the separation.
Review And Negotiation Of Agreements · Representation In Employment Contract Disputes
I have extensive experience reviewing diverse employment agreements and advising both employers and individuals as to their practical impact and enforceability under current Texas laws. My decades of experience in complex litigation will also be an invaluable asset for you in any dispute involving an alleged breach of an employment or severance agreement. You can turn to me, attorney Steven E. Clark of the Clark Firm PLLC in Dallas, for:
- Comprehensive analysis of a proposed employment or severance agreement, with emphasis on issue spotting and alignment with your specific goals
- Development of employment agreements tailored to your unique priorities and risks as an employer
- Representation of your interests in a dispute over compensation, competitive restrictions, continuation of health care coverage and other benefits, or any other key aspects of an employment or severance agreement
- Counsel and skilled advocacy should any employer-employee dispute arise upon termination or resignation or afterward, such as allegations of misuse of
trade secrets, unfair competition or violation of a nonsolicitation clause
Informed Case Analysis And Representation Aligned With Clients’ Key Priorities
While both parties’ financial stakes in a dispute may be high, it is critical for your lawyer to also be mindful of the significant costs of litigation. I am adept at assessing clients’ rights under the law and striving for negotiated settlements to accomplish key goals while containing legal costs. If you have concerns involving an executive employment or severance agreement in Dallas or any area community, I encourage you to contact my firm by telephone or email to arrange an initial consultation.