top of page
  • Writer's pictureDavid Manes

Attorney Review of Executive Employment Agreements


Executive employees often have unique employment agreements that differ from those of other employees. These agreements typically contain provisions related to compensation, benefits, severance, and non-compete clauses. As an executive employee, it’s essential to have an experienced employment lawyer review your employment agreement to ensure that your rights are protected. At Manes & Narahari LLC, our employment lawyers have extensive experience reviewing and negotiating executive employment agreements. Here’s how we can help you.


Identifying Potential Issues


The first step in reviewing an executive employment agreement is to identify potential issues. Our employment lawyers will carefully review your agreement to ensure that it complies with all applicable laws and regulations. We will identify any provisions that may be unfair or in violation of your rights and work to negotiate changes to the agreement.


Negotiating with Your Employer


If we identify any potential issues with your employment agreement, we can help you negotiate with your employer to resolve them. Our employment lawyers have extensive experience negotiating with employers on behalf of executive employees. We will work to find a solution that meets your needs and protects your rights.


Reviewing Compensation and Benefits


As an executive employee, your compensation and benefits are likely to be more complex than those of other employees. Our employment lawyers will review your compensation and benefits package to ensure that it is fair and competitive. We will identify any potential issues with your compensation or benefits and work to negotiate changes that are more favorable to you.


Reviewing Severance Provisions


Executive employment agreements often contain provisions related to severance. Our employment lawyers will review these provisions to ensure that they are fair and reasonable. We will work to negotiate changes to the agreement that provide you with more favorable severance terms.


Reviewing Non-Compete Clauses


Non-compete clauses are common in executive employment agreements. These clauses limit your ability to work for a competitor for a certain period after leaving your current employer. Our employment lawyers will review these clauses to ensure that they are fair and reasonable. We will work to negotiate changes to the agreement that provide you with more flexibility in your career.


Protecting Your Interests


Ultimately, our goal is to protect your interests and ensure that your employment agreement meets your needs. We understand that executive employment agreements are complex, and we are here to help you navigate the process. Our employment lawyers will work with you to negotiate changes to your agreement that protect your rights and ensure that you are treated fairly.


Conclusion


If you are an executive employee, it’s important to have an experienced employment lawyer review your employment agreement. At Manes & Narahari LLC, we have the knowledge and experience necessary to help you protect your rights and ensure that your agreement meets your needs. We will identify potential issues, negotiate with your employer, review compensation and benefits, review severance provisions, and review non-compete clauses. Our goal is to protect your interests and ensure that your employment agreement is fair and reasonable. Contact us today at 412-626-5626 or email us at lawyer@manesnarahari.com to schedule a free consultation.

2 views0 comments

ความคิดเห็น


Good Logo.png

Our firm has over 10 years of experience providing world-class legal representation to those who need it. We help employees, entrepreneurs, businesses, and individuals. Based out of Pittsburgh, we work with clients across Pennsylvania.  See what our clients say about us:

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

"They kept me up to date on all aspects of the case

and were attentive to my needs."

- Donald Bryan

CONTACT US NOW

One of our attorneys will review your case within 24 hours,

and we will contact you to discuss further. 

You can also call us directly at (412) 626-5626

Thanks for contacting us! We will be in touch soon

bottom of page