Miami Employment Contract Lawyer
Why It’s Important To Use A Contracts Lawyer
Employment contracts are only as good as the terms and conditions contained in them. If they are unenforceable or include terms that are unreasonable, it’s unlikely they will hold up in court.
At the Law Offices of Gary A. Costales, P.A., we work closely with employers and employees in drafting and reviewing employment contracts. We review terms covering benefits, severance pay, executive compensation, confidentiality requirements, noncompete covenants and other issues. As your lawyer, Mr. Costales identifies potential legal problems surrounding various contract terms and conditions, alerting clients to steps they can take to protect themselves from unwanted exposure to liability.
Drafting And Reviewing Employment Contracts
We advise and represent clients in regard to the following issues in employment contracts:
- Noncompete agreements
- Confidentiality agreements
- Severance pay agreements
- Executive compensation packages
- Employee handbook provisions
- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) provisions
- Vacation, bonuses, stock options, incentives and commission pay
- Use of company computers, phones, faxes
- Breach of contract
Employment Contract Review — Reducing Your Exposure To Liability
Our office is positioned to provide ongoing, consultative services to businesses and employees in matters related to employment contracts. We realize companies change over time, as do their needs and interests. As an experienced employment law attorney, Mr. Costales is positioned to advise and counsel you in employment contract issues as your business needs change and develop. Not unlike in-house legal counsel, our office has the resources to track the evolution of your existing employment contracts and make any necessary changes as your company grows or goes public.
Contact Employment Contract Review Attorney Gary A. Costales Today
If you are uncertain how to protect vital interests in your company or you are an employee interested in protecting your rights and interests, call 786-446-7288 or contact us online. We provide free phone consultations in order to evaluate your case and explain how we can help you.
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