Reviewing your employment contract with an employment law attorney offers you the opportunity to not only ensure that you understand all of the terms and conditions in that contract but the chance to ensure that the contract is sound and ask questions about your ability to negotiate in some areas of the contract.
When having an employment law attorney review your contract, it is a good idea to bring the following information with you:
Also, make sure that you have thoroughly considered what your contract priorities are (for example, compensation, benefits, job security, etc.).
Typically, when an attorney reviews and analyzes your employment contract, they are looking at the following:
Your attorney may redline the contract itself and/or write their findings and recommendations in a formal memo.
Some of the topics that you and your attorney should discuss include the following:
At Marshall Forman and Schlein, our employment law attorneys have the experience and training when it comes to reviewing and analyzing employment contracts. If you want to ensure that your contract is accomplishing what you need in terms of your relationship with your employer, contact our employment law attorneys today for a free consultation and schedule a thorough contract review.
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