Employees can find themselves on either side of a breach of employment contract. Here at The Noble Law, we represent executives that have an executive employment contract, agreement, or sales plan that the employer has signed but failed to uphold. We understand that these situations can have devastating financial implications for executives that have upheld their performance goals, but have been inadequately compensated for their contributions in violation of their executive employment contract. If you believe that this has happened to you, schedule a consultation with our employment law firm.
We understand that breach of contract can be an emotionally painful experience, but on the upside, the fact that there is a contract provides documentation of the agreement. We are occasionally stunned by the ignorance and arrogance of a company to simply refuse to honor the terms of a good faith contract. Sure, we get it — business can be hyper-competitive. Personalities and agendas can influence company culture. However, the law doesn’t see it that way.
At The Noble Law employment law firm, we like our chances representing clients with a clear breach of contract issue. When a company has clearly committed to the terms of an agreement and doesn’t follow through, we do. We won’t tolerate a company bullying an executive because they out-performed expectations or they realized that they cut a bad deal.
Executive employment contracts, bonus plans, severance agreements, sales plans, and non-competes can be complicated and even emotional negotiations. As trusted executive compensation advisors, we help you secure the best terms possible. Get in touch with one of our employment attorneys today.