Executive Contract Dispute?
Our Miami Litigation Attorney Can Assist You
Workplace disputes happen not only at the hourly employee level, but also at the executive level. Executives not only negotiate an employment contract when they begin working, but they also become involved in negotiations if they quit or if their employers terminate them involuntarily. Executives may find themselves party to a compensation dispute during the course of their employment. When an executive needs assistance negotiating a compensation package or settling a compensation dispute, experienced Miami litigation attorney Matthew Seth Sarelson, P.A. can help. Our firm’s quality pleadings, emphasis on discretion and aggressiveness in the courtroom set a new standard for representation of business executives.
Examples of Executive Compensation Disputes
Matthew Seth Sarelson, P.A. represents CEOs, sales consultants, at-will employees, brokers, dealers and executives at start-ups and large corporations in matters such as:
- Breach of contract regarding bonuses, commissions, incentives or salary
- Stock options and profit-sharing disputes
- Wrongful termination and whistleblower claims
- Violation of non-compete terms
- Disputes over employee benefits including retirement plans
- Deferred compensation issues
- Privacy claims
- Negotiation of severance, non-compete, confidentiality or other agreements
- Negotiation of executive salary and compensation packages
Our firm also helps corporations comply with the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC’s) executive compensation disclosure requirements, revised in 2010 as part of a federal act intended to reform Wall Street and protect consumers.
Executives involved in negotiations concerning an employment contract or other agreement, as well as those who have concerns about an existing executive pay contract, can contact our firm to have an experienced Miami litigation lawyer with extensive knowledge of employment laws and SEC regulations evaluate the case. Matthew Seth Sarelson, P.A. will fight to protect an executive’s rights during negotiations and will pursue all available remedies under the law when an executive has received improper compensation.