An employment contract that isn’t court enforceable is virtually worthless. That’s why it’s important for Miami employees and employers alike to review their employment contracts carefully to ensure that they conform to Florida law. That said, it’s difficult — if not impossible — for the average layperson to evaluate the legal issues contained in the average employment contract; therefore, if you need to draft such a contract, you might want to get help from an experienced employment law attorney.
At the Law Offices of Gary A. Costales, we regularly assist both employees and employers to write and analyze their future and existing employment agreements. Whenever we review an employment agreement, we look at the following issues and more:
— Severance pay
— Terms describing employment benefits
— Confidentiality agreements
— Non-compete clauses
— Executive compensation
Our most important concern is that we review vital concerns in your employment agreement to ensure that no complications could develop in the future. If we identify a potential challenge, we will notify our client of the issue and the most appropriate way of resolving it. Above all else, our principal objective in employment contract reviews is to prevent and/or limit the chances that our clients could face any liability issues later on down the road.
If you have any questions about your employment contract related legal issues — no matter how big nor how small — the Law Office of Gary A. Costales can assist you in professionally navigating the matter. If we are unable to settle your matter in out-of-court negotiations, then we will be prepared to take your case all the way to trial if necessary.