San Bernardino County Labor Law Attorneys

Employment agreements are designed, when properly drafted, to protect employees and employers from future legal disputes. These employment agreements cover the terms of the employment, the types of policies and expectations that will be enforced throughout the employment and the potential consequences that will come into play if the employment agreements are violated.

At the law firm of Lauby, Mankin & Lauby LLP, our lawyers provide counsel to businesses in Southern California about their rights and what options they have during the drafting and review of employment agreements. Our significant experience allows us to counsel businesses of all sizes in order to help them avoid disputes and costly litigation over employment agreements. When disputes do arise, however, our firm also provides representation in litigation.

Safeguard Your Business With Southern California Employment Agreement Lawyers

Our firm provides business law services for the drafting of a wide range of employment agreements, including:

These employment agreements can often protect businesses from financial harm, as well as from claims of discrimination and sexual harassment. Drafting these agreements, however, can be complex and difficult without the assistance of a knowledgeable employment law attorney.

Feel Confident About the Terms of Your Employment Agreements

If you have questions about employment agreements or you need help drafting or reviewing an employment contract, contact us at Lauby, Mankin & Lauby and schedule an initial consultation with our firm. Call toll free to make an appointment at 888-959-8508.

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