Rochester Executive Employment Attorneys
Experienced Representation for Executives and Professionals
We understand how frustrating an employment-related conflict can be. You have worked hard to attain your professional success. Whether you are a licensed professional or a top management executive, you have demonstrated a proven track record of success that is reflected in your compensation.
Despite the value you have brought to your company, conflicts can arise when your employer wishes for you to sign an unacceptable new employment agreement or throws roadblocks up to prevent you from seeking your next opportunity. Disputes and employment issues can have a significant impact on your career and financial stability.
No matter your specific circumstances, you must ensure that no employment agreement or other restrictive covenant holds you back from moving to the next level, a level that will benefit both you and your family.
At The Glennon Law Firm, P.C., we are highly experienced in the field of employment law and offer the representation you need to resolve your case effectively. If you are facing any kind of employment-related issue, you can turn to us for a straightforward assessment of your case to determine where you stand and what legal options are available to you.
To learn more about how we can help you navigate a conflict with your employer, contact our Rochester executive employment lawyers today by calling (585) 294-0303 or contacting us online.
Our Legal Services for Executives & Professionals
The Glennon Law Firm, P.C. provides counsel to:
- Business executives
- Medical professionals
- Higher education professors and employees
- Financial advisors
- Other securities professionals
We can help you navigate conflicts with your employers and negotiate to make sure your current and future interests and assets are protected.
Executive and professional employment law matters that we can assist you with include:
- Employment agreements
- Severance agreements
- Stock option agreements
- Non-compete and non-disclosure agreements
- Immigration issues
- Executive compensation negotiation and severance
- Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) and other benefit disputes
- FINRA industry disputes and arbitration
- Breach of fiduciary duty issues
- Professional misconduct charges
- Tenure termination or unlawful denials
- Technology transfer rights
What Am I Owed From My Employer?
Your employer owes you the benefits, compensation, and professional occupational freedom that you deserve. We can work to ensure that your employment agreements and other types of contracts do not unfairly limit you.
If you are in the process of leaving a company, we can also fight to guarantee that any previously signed agreement – including any benefits that you were promised – will be honored.
Employment Law for Financial & Securities Professionals
Whether in FINRA arbitration, AAA Arbitration, or courthouses, we are also prepared to represent financial and securities professionals.
You studied hard, earned your degree, and passed your series exams or other certifications. You were hired and worked hard in contributing to a business, including amassing an array of loyal clients. It can be depressingly common when an employer refuses to respect your right to move to a better opportunity, especially if one makes sense for both you, your family, and your clients.
Typical issues professionals in the financial securities and management field face include:
- Non-compete agreements
- Non-service agreements
- Advances or loans to the individual by the company that must be repaid upon termination or separation
We understand the immense frustration that can result from scenarios like these. We can help you chart a path forward that protects you and your business’s continued success while insulating you from any restrictive action your employer might take. We can help guide you out of the wilderness and help protect your assets and interests in your client base.
Our lawyers welcome the opportunity to provide you with the counsel you need to obtain a positive outcome. We are familiar with how to negotiate and fight these types of conflicts and can bring our experience to the successful handling of your case.
We are prepared to help you navigate your employment law problem. To schedule a confidential consultation with our firm, call (585) 294-0303 or contact us online.