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Employment Law Attorneys

Tallahassee Employment Defense Lawyers

Separation and severance negotiations – Employment Contract Disputes

When an employee leaves a company, especially if the employee has been with an employer for an extended period of time, it is often necessary to have a detailed agreement settling the rights of the employee and employer. Severance agreements have a substantial impact on employee’s legal rights and obligations, as well as future employment.

If you are considering a severance agreement or are involved in a severance agreement related dispute, it is important that you retain the services of a skilled and knowledgeable attorney who can ensure that your rights are protected and who can advise you of your potential options.

We represent clients throughout Florida in all severance-related matters including:

  • Employment contracts
  • Contract disputes/breach of contract claims
  • Evaluation of pensions/vested benefits
  • Evaluation of COBRA benefits
  • Retirement benefits
  • Evaluation of existing obligations such as non-compete agreements
  • Evaluation of new obligations created by the severance agreement

Personal Injury

• Automobile Accidents
• Trucking Accidents
• Boating Accidents
• Motorcycle Accidents
• Negligent Security
• Assaults on Premises
• Traumatic Brain Injuries
• Spinal Cord Injuries
• Abuse of Elderly
• Child Abuse
• Dog Bite Attacks
• Physical Assaults
• Sexual Assaults
• Slip and Fall
• Unsafe Public Premises
• Defective Products
• Dangerous Products
• Wrongful Death
• Construction Site Injuries
• Daycare Negligence
• Childcare Negligence
• Teacher Negligence
• Hazing Injuries
• Injuries at School
• Car Accidents
• Social Security Disability

Employment Law

Discrimination • Sexual harassment • Whistle-blower retaliation • Employment Contract Disputes • Wage and hour (overtime) disputes • Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) • Workers' compensation retaliation • Unemployment Compensation • Hostile Work Environment • Non-compete Agreements • Government/Public Sector Employees • State Employees • Federal Employees • Federal EEO Claims