New York Employment Contract Attorney
One of the most common types of disputes seen in New York employment contact disputes is to set aside an employment contract or for breach of the terms in the employment agreement.
Under New York employment law, an employer and an employee can agree to set forth the terms and conditions of employment in an Employment Agreement or Contract. An New York employment contract often sets forth the type and amount of compensation which can include things like a hiring bonus, base salary, commissions, annual or incentive bonuses, equity such as stock or stock options, benefits such as health and dental insurance, life insurance, disability insurance, car allowance, travel and entertainment expense reimbursement.
There are also typically references to the circumstances under which the employee can be fired and what severance pay will be due, restrictive covenants such as non-compete clauses, no-solicitation of clients, no-raiding of employees and the protection of confidential or proprietary business information provisions as well as many other important protections.
Under New York employment contract laws, a company and an individual may also agree to a relationship known as an Independent Contractor. An Independent Contractor Agreement can be drafted to memorialize the terms of that relationship whereby the individual may provide services or goods to a company but will work independently without close supervision by the company and will not be considered an employee.
The Law Offices of Louis Ginsberg, P.C. have extensive experience negotiating and drafting Contracts for CEOs, Professional Athletes, Business Executives, Managers, Doctors, Sales Representatives, and others in almost every profession and industry. Make sure you receive everything you deserve and that it is protected in a Contract.
Call today to have your contract reviewed or writter by a New York employment contract attorney at 1-800-LOST-JOB (1-800-567-8562) or 1-877-4WAGESLAW (1-877-492-4375) .
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