Helping Executive-Level Employees Resolve Contract Issues

Employers want to protect the talent they have on staff, especially those working in an executive capacity. Often, those working in those positions will have comprehensive employment contracts covering their relationship with their employers. These contracts contain discussions about the individual's specific obligations to the company and the compensation to be paid to the employee, as well as what would happen if the employee and company parted ways.

It is not uncommon for employment contracts to be a major concern for employees at several stages of their careers. When you are unsure of your contractual rights as an employee, reach out to us for more detailed information about your options. Our attorneys are here to help guide you through whatever issues you may encounter along the way.

Negotiating, Drafting And Litigating Employment Contracts

At Winton Strauss Law Group, P.C., we are committed to working together with you to solve any problem you may have concerning the terms of your employment. We help with all aspects regarding employment contracts, including:

  • Reviewing your employment contract
  • Negotiating with your employer on your behalf
  • Explaining the contract to you so you know what will happen if you leave
  • Preparing an exit strategy based upon the contract terms and provisions
  • Enforcing provisions if your employer has terminated your employment

If you have decided to leave the company, we can review your contract and help you understand the potential requirements placed upon you after leaving. We can also attempt to negotiate a severance package for you and work to reduce any overly restrictive conditions you face as a result of your departure.

Schedule Your Free Consultation

If you would like to talk to our lawyers about your employment contract concerns, we invite you to call our office at 415-800-1551 or send us an email to find a time that works best for you. We help clients throughout the East Bay Area with employment-related matters.