As an employee, you may be presented with employment-related contracts that have important implications for your legal rights
While your employer likely has the benefit of legal counsel, you may feel on your own without an employment lawyer to provide attorney review of legal documentation, including non-compete agreements and intellectual property contracts, for your future career. Don’t sign something unless you understand it. And keep in mind your right to negotiate the terms of your employment with your new employer.
With our substantial experience in employment law, we know what sort of issues lead to disputes. We can help you prevent disputes by negotiating fair contracts and providing legal advice that all parties understand during our contract review process.
Employment contract review and contract negotiation from an employment contract lawyer may include:
- Restrictive covenants, such as non-compete clauses and non-solicitation clauses
- Fair compensation agreements as to wages, hours, bonuses, commissions, and more
- Severance packages and release agreements
- Arbitration agreements
Before you sign, understand the legal rights of your new job and set up a successful employment relationship. Our employment attorneys at Radford Scott law firm can give you security that you understand what you are agreeing to within your employment agreements. And, we can help identify areas where you have leverage to negotiate better terms and advocate for you in that process.
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160 Clairemont Ave.
Decatur, GA 30030
West Decatur Office
315 W. Ponce de Leon Ave.
Decatur, GA 30030
Contact Radford Scott to discuss your options
With our substantial experience representing private employers and public employers, we also have the know-how with Georgia law to help small businesses who are trying to do the right thing by their workers. If you believe you might benefit from our experience, please contact us today.