Assisting Employers Draft Valid Employment Agreements
Whether you manage a small group of employees or are in control of an entire company, you need to make sure that the employment contracts in place protect the rights and interests of your employees as well as your own. Misinterpretations inherent in the language of a contract or overreaching noncompete clauses can lead to serious litigation unless proactive steps are taken to avoid such issues.
At Hamilton Law Firm, P.C., attorney Ayesha Hamilton advises her clients on employment contracts and helps them avoid such things as overly broad noncompete agreements. Before you or your employees sign any employment-related contract, let her explain a person or business’ rights and protections under the law in addition to reviewing the terms laid out in an employment agreement.
If you have questions regarding an employment contract, please call her Princeton, New Jersey offices at 800-742-1490 today. Ayesha is available to answer all your questions, helping you to make the right decisions regarding your employment contract.
Understanding Your Rights And Protections
When you retain our services, Ayesha will advise about your rights under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Equal Pay Act, ADA (American Disabilities Act), ADEA (Age Discrimination in Employment Act) and others. She will make sure that an employment agreement is fair and does not ask the signer to waive their rights unnecessarily or unintentionally void their employment because of a misinterpretation of the contract.
Whether she is handling a breach of contract, a noncompete dispute or negotiating a severance agreement, she carefully reviews a contract to make sure that the language used protects the signer’s rights and best interests.
Get Help Drafting An Employment Contract
Attorney Ayesha Hamilton has considerable experience handling a variety of employment law matters and has represented employers as well as employees in disputes concerning employment agreements. She can assist with:
- Severance agreements
- Noncompete agreements
- Nondisclosure agreements
- Executive compensation contracts
- Breach of contract
Her goal is to give you the knowledge you need upfront, so you can feel confident signing your employee contract without bringing your lawyer to the table.
A Call To Us Is The Right First Step
At Hamilton Law Firm, P.C., attorney Hamilton cares about giving you honest, truthful answers so that you can make informed decisions regarding an employment contract. If you have questions you’d like us to answer, please contact her to schedule an initial consultation. Call 800-742-1490 or send her a message online to get started. Appointments are available at her offices in Princeton, New Jersey.