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Maryland Employment Agreements Attorney

Vague, inaccurate and poorly worded employment agreements cost companies thousands of dollars in lawsuits every year. If you want to protect your business, you need a Maryland employment agreements attorney to put together (or at least review) your employment contracts. There are many legal nuances that go into contracts, and a single misplaced comma may completely change the meaning of what you intended to say. At DRA e-Law, attention to detail is one of our top priorities when it comes to legal documents. Let us help you relay your thoughts into concrete legal language that is not subject to more than one interpretation.

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Important Employment
Contract Provisions

A very basic employment contract contains the position title, hours, benefits, salary, start date and a few other details. It’s often a one-page document that doesn’t require a lawyer to put together. However, if you run a complex business that is open to various liabilities, you might want to protect yourself with a comprehensive employment agreement that covers these important closes and provisions:

  • Confidentiality Agreement
  • Noncompete Agreements
  • Ownership of Inventions
  • Exclusive Employment
  • Freelance Policy
  • No Additional Compensation
  • Severance Package
  • Termination
  • Arbitration and Choice of Law

Maryland Employment Agreements Attorney

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Sometimes, it makes sense to have several versions of an employment agreement depending on the seniority and responsibilities of different employees. In other cases, it may be necessary to tweak employment contracts on a case-by-case basis.

Whatever your employment contract needs are, contact DRA e-Law to get help with employment agreement preparation.

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