Employment Agreements in Pittsburgh
Our Lawyer Can Help You Avoid Disputes
Proper drafting of an employment agreement can help protect both the employer
and the employee from future legal disputes. It is much easier to prevent
issues from arising down the road than it is to resolve those issues once
one party takes legal action. When drafting employment agreements, employers
and employees can benefit from consulting with an experienced employment
At the Law Office of Melvin L. Vatz, our Pittsburgh employment lawyers
provide experienced counsel and representation to clients facing work-related
issues. We can help businesses or prospective employees by drafting or
reviewing employment agreements. Our firm also provides representation
in litigation of disputes over employment agreements.
Drafting & Reviewing Agreements
At the Law Office of Melvin L. Vatz, our attorney can serve your legal
needs by drafting or reviewing contracts, or litigating any disputes over
the terms of employment agreements.
- Covenants not to compete, also known as non-compete agreements
- Trade secret and proprietary information agreements
- Severance agreements
- Confidentiality agreements
- General employment contracts
- Injunctions and requests for injunctions
Employment agreements are often complex and trying to negotiate and understand
the terms of a contract can be difficult. By obtaining an evaluation of
your agreement from an experienced and knowledgeable employment law attorney,
you can feel confident about the terms of your agreement and its enforceability.
Assistance with Many Issues
In addition, our
employment law practice includes representation for cases of discrimination and sexual
harassment that occur in the workplace. We also provide representation for
labor unions and union members, as well as assistance for
workers' compensation and Social Security disability benefit claims.
We have years of experience litigating employment contract claims in both
state and federal courts. We pursue and defend claims for injunctions
to enforce restrictive covenants not to compete, breaches of contract,
pension and benefit disputes, and compensation disputes, in both state
and federal courts.
If you have question or need advice,
contact our Pittsburgh employment lawyer or call us at (412) 453-3341. We offer
free initial consultations for new clients.