Corporate Employment Lawyers

Employment Lawyers for Executives

Corporate executives often face different issues in the workplace than the employees at a non-executive level. These professionals may have to deal with contract negotiations, handle bonuses and other types of compensation, face arbitration agreements, or need to negotiate a severance package. For this type of work, an executive may have to rely on an experienced corporate employment lawyer who can handle these matters confidentially and quickly.

The corporate employment lawyers at Sanford Heisler Sharp, LLP have been representing corporate executives and attorneys for more than a decade. Our clients come from several Fortune 100 companies, including CEOS, presidents, vice presidents, general and senior legal counsels, and many other upper-level management personnel.

Our Work with Corporate Executives

Some of the work we have done with executives include:

  • Negotiating and re-negotiating contracts
  • Drafting agreements for partners, independent contractors, and other talent
  • Handling corporate restructuring deals
  • Dealing with compensation and equity agreements
  • Creating severance and exit packages

Our goal is to find an amicable resolution in a discreet and timely manner. That’s why we will often use a third-party neutral to mediate and help settle the case. However, if the situation cannot be resolved, we are prepared to bring a lawsuit on behalf of our clients.

Employment Discrimination Against Executives

Our employment lawyers will also represent corporate executives who have experienced discrimination in the workplace. Take a look at the corporate executive employment discrimination cases that we are currently working on.

If you are a corporate executive or in-house counsel who is in need of a discreet and experienced employment lawyer, don’t delay. Contact the corporate employment lawyers at Sanford Heisler Sharp, LLP, for an evaluation of your case.

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Tell us about your situation. We may be able to help you.

Helpful information about your claims might include the time period during which the events related to your claim occurred and, if applicable, on what basis you believe you were discriminated against (for example, race, gender, religion, age, pregnancy, etc.)

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