Assessing Executive Employment Contracts

To attract the best candidates in today's competitive job market, employers must strike a balance when developing executive compensation packages. It's necessary to offer benefits that are in line with industry standards, yet future financial obligations must also be considered. The ideal agreement rewards employee performance and complies with ERISA standards while limiting fiduciary responsibility.

If you are applying for an executive position, you need to be judicious when considering and accepting offers. It can be challenging to evaluate the benefits and drawbacks of these multifaceted contracts without legal insight. In order to make an informed decision when you are considering your employment options, it is wise to seek professional counsel.

At Clark Law Group, PLLC, our attorneys have over 20 years of legal experience with employment and benefits matters. We have represented executives in various industries, advising them on their options before, during and after their hiring. Our founding lawyer, Denise Clark, is an active member of legal associations that study best practices and current trends in these dynamic fields. Ms. Clark's engagement with these organizations informs the counsel we provide.

Advocating For Your Best Interests In Contract Negotiations And Litigation

Our attorneys counsel our business clients, reviewing and negotiating various types of agreements, including:

  • Severance packages
  • Executive compensation
  • Restrictive covenants
  • Incentive bonuses

When you retain our legal services, you gain access to astute counselors with an expansive skill set that extends beyond employment and benefits contracts. In addition to these services, we also litigate a range of employment or benefit disputes, such as:

  • Wrongful termination
  • Disability discrimination
  • Retaliation claims

Established in Washington, D.C., our firm accepts cases throughout the country. Our trial attorneys are licensed to practice in various states, as well as many circuit and federal district courts.

Concerned About The Terms Of Your Employment Contact? Consult With Us Today.

Message our employment contract lawyers, or dial 202-609-8958 to schedule a consultation with our staff.