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Terminations, Employment Agreements, and At-Will Employment

Running a business has so many positive aspects to it, and can be very fulfilling. However, sometimes things don’t go as planned – including professional relationships with employees. Are you currently dealing with a dispute or a claim from an employee? Is there a possibility of litigation in your future and you’re looking for the right Florida attorney to assist you with the process? If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, then you’ll want to consider a consultation with the Trembly Law.

The Basics of an Employment Contract

Like most contracts, an employment contract outlines the relationship and obligations of two parties. In this case, we are looking at the employer and the employee. Although only the employee may stand to gain from one, that isn’t the case. Employers may choose to offer employment agreements to attract talent. Additionally, they can outline clear expectations regarding workplace behavior, and they may add restrictive covenants. For instance, the contract may prevent the employee from taking a client list to a competitor or mishandling intellectual property. 

Speak with an Employment Law Attorney 

At Trembly Law Firm, we believe that claims filed by employees against a business are fact sensitive. Our extensive experience with these cases allows us to analyze your unique situation’s details to determine whether a claim is probable. If you have been sued by an employee, contact our office to schedule your consultation.

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