Severance Agreement Lawyer in Pasadena
Providing Assistance for Any Important Employment Contract
Mark Charles Law, APC is dedicated to providing employees and employers with the best possible representation for their interests in severance agreements and other crucial employment contracts. Whether you are initiating the agreement or receiving it as a condition of employment or to get severance pay, we can provide the advice and services you need to protect your interests.
Let our attorney apply more than 20 years of experience to help you review provisions of your important employment contracts. In doing so, you can feel more confident about your decision about whether or not to sign. If you are creating a new contract, we can work with you to ensure it covers everything you need while protecting your liability. Likewise, we can help our clients negotiate terms of their legal agreements if they seek a more agreeable exchange of obligations.
Want to know more about what our severance agreement lawyer in Pasadena can do for you? Schedule a consultation by calling (626) 844-7710 or by contacting us online.
Representing Your Interests in Severance Agreements
Severance agreements are legal contracts between employers and employees they have terminated. These agreements provide the employee with pay and benefits they would not have otherwise received upon being fired or laid off. In exchange, the employee typically agrees to certain terms favorable to the employer’s interests.
These terms can include any of the following or others not mentioned below:
- Releasing the employer from liability for current or future claims involving sexual harassment, discrimination, unpaid wages, and other violations of an employee’s rights
- Non-disclosure provisions and confidentiality agreements that protect internal company policies and trade secrets
- Non-compete, non-solicitation, and other restrictive covenants that limit the terminated employee’s ability to compete with a company’s business interests by operating their own company or seeking employment with a competitor in the same industry
- Non-disparagement clauses that prevent an employee from making negative comments about the company or its policies
While employers are typically the initiating party in severance agreements, employees can also initiate these agreements or negotiate terms if they were offered a severance agreement. No matter which side you’re on, Mark Charles Law, APC and our severance agreement attorney in Pasadena can provide the legal advice and services you need.
Other Kinds of Employment Contracts
Sometimes what you’ll find in a severance agreement will be offered as a condition for hire or during the course of business. For any of these and any other employment contract – which can include non-disclosure agreements, non-compete agreements, and more – Mark Charles Law, APC can help you protect your interests.
We can thoroughly review these agreements and provide counsel so that you’ll have a better understanding of your obligations to the contract. We can also help you negotiate terms should the contract as-is be insufficient in helping you achieve your goals.
Do You Need Legal Support?
If you need an attorney to represent your interests in a severance agreement or any other kind of employment contract, turn to Mark Charles Law, APC for help. Our severance agreement attorney in Pasadena can provide the legal support you need to draft, review, and negotiate important provisions of your employment contracts.
Reach out to us for a consultation by contacting us online!