The best employment relationships are based on open communication and honesty. A mutually beneficial agreement between employer and employee is an ideal way to ensure that each side receives the full benefits of employment. But what is the best way to draft and execute that agreement, and what happens when the employment ends? The Reddy Law Firm, P.C. has represented individuals and businesses of all sizes in employment contract cases, including those involving non-solicitation and completion, protection of trade secrets and customer lists, and severance.
The majority of employment relationships in the US are governed by the at-will doctrine, which allows employees to quit for any reason, at any time, and allows employers to terminate the employee at any time, provided there is a legal basis for the termination. However, there are several types of contracts that employers may require employees to sign as a condition of employment. The Reddy Law Firm, P.C. has extensive experience in creating, modifying, enforcing, and litigating employment contracts, including:
The Reddy Law Firm, P.C. has effective resolved a wide variety of business disputes involving employment contracts. Common litigation involving employment contracts includes breach of contract, failure to pay severance, overbroad non-compete and restrictive covenants, and libel and slander. It is important to consult an experienced law firm to minimize consequences and achieve favorable results in an efficient manner.
With a proven record of success in business and employment negotiation and litigation, the Reddy Law Firm, P.C. is here to guide you through the process of creating, enforcing, and resolving legal issues surrounding employment contracts. We represent clients in Atlanta, Duluth, Roswell, Johns Creek, and across the state of Georgia. Contact our firm today at (678) 629-3246 or email us.