New Jersey Employment Contracts Attorneys
Ensuring a fair and accurate employment contract is invaluable for an employee. At The Epstein Law Firm, we represent employees in all employment contract matters, working to see their interests are protected.
Employment Contract Dispute Matters
Employment contract litigation can arise at any time, in a myriad of fact situations. We have years of experience litigating these cases, and whether your case involves enforcing a confidentiality agreement or a dispute over commissions, we provide knowledgeable counsel and aggressive litigation services.
Our experience with litigating employment cases permits us to also provide advice when reviewing contracts. After having litigated numerous cases involving the terms of employment contracts, we know what clauses are particularly susceptible to dispute, and we work to ensure terms are well-defined and do not create ambiguity within the contract.
A well-drafted employment contract addresses all terms of employment and minimizes risk for employees. At The Epstein Law Firm, we know when an employment contract is effective, and when it exposes employees to unnecessary risk. We ensure that the contact is drafted to the specific facts of our clients’ employment regarding:
- Terms of employment
- Job duties
- Employee handbook matters
- Non-compete agreements
- Separation agreements
- Severance agreements
An effective employment contract can protect employees from avoidable disputes. Although disagreements may inevitably occur between employees and employers, many could be avoided by addressing key points in the contract. Having a contract reviewed by an attorney can help ensure that an employee’s interests are protected.
Our firm’s attorneys can help you before, during, and after your employment. We can advise you on litigation questions, review your contract provisions, determine if the written contract is consistent with any verbal communication, assist in contract negotiation, and protect your interests if you encounter a breach of contract issue.
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