For EmployeesEXECUTIVE EMPLOYMENT LAW
As skilled litigators and negotiators, the team at Zubas Flett Law provides clients with effective advocacy and cost-effective legal services.
Zubas Flett Law is well-versed in the area of executive employment law. With over 30 years of experience, the firm regularly advises and represents executive employees, senior managers, directors, and other professionals as they navigate unique legal employment issues.
Executive Employees in senior management roles often face diverse and complex legal issues that require legal counsel. Zubas Flett Law provides a strategic approach in our negotiation and practical legal solutions on issues surrounding bonus structures, compensation plans, stock options, profit-sharing, fiduciary duties, and executive employment agreements including non-compete, non-solicitation, equity and partnership agreements.
In addition, our team of experienced employment lawyers can provide guidance and support to executive employees as they navigate the complexities that arise in the context of workplace investigations, HR-related concerns, workplace policies, change of control, bankruptcy proceedings, changes to employment, mergers and acquisitions.
At Zubas Flett Law, we have the expertise and resources to ensure that our client’s best interests are protected, and their liabilities are minimized. As tenacious and effective advocates, our firm can litigate and represent executive employees when negotiations fail.
If you are an executive or part of senior management, please contact us to discuss how we can assist you on your matter.
- Termination of Employment
- Review of Offer Letters
- Review of Employment Contracts
- Health and Safety Issues
- Human Rights Breaches
- Performance Management Issues
- Fiduciary Duties
- Constructive Dismissal
- Confidentiality and Non-Disclosures
- Harassment Complaints
- Restrictive Covenants, Non-Solicitation and Non-Competition clauses
- Professional Negligence and Misconduct
- Compensation and Benefits Issues
- Employment Standards Issues