Wisconsin Non Compete Agreements — Employee Confidentiality Agreements
In many industries throughout the greater Milwaukee area, employees are required to sign a variety of employment contracts before beginning their term of employment, or when that employment is coming to an end. Before signing your name on a contract, it is crucial to make sure the terms of the contract represent your best interests. At HELP, our lawyers work closely with employees to review employment contracts and provide honest advice about how to proceed. We have the skills and resources to review even the most complex employment contracts, working diligently to protect the rights of employees.
Don’t sign away your rights! Before signing your employment contract, contact one of our Milwaukee employment contract attorneys for a free initial consultation.
Employment Contract Reviews and Negotiations
Before you sign your name to a contract, it is crucial to be sure that it represents your best interests and protects your rights as an individual and as an employee. We can conduct thorough contract reviews on your behalf, reviewing a variety of employment contracts such as:
- Severance agreements
- Confidentiality agreements
- Non-compete agreements
You can also rely on us to provide you with honest legal counsel as you negotiate employment contracts. We are skilled negotiators who will work diligently to achieve a favorable result so you can move forward with your mind at ease.
Protecting the Rights of Employees in Contract Disputes
If your former employer is accusing you of breaking the terms of your contract or has filed a suit against you, we can review the terms of the contract and defend you in court. We are committed to protecting the rights of our clients, and we will never back down from a challenge.
Contact Us — Free Initial Consultation
If you are concerned about how a contract may affect you, or if you are facing a lawsuit for violating an employment contract, we have the experience to handle your case. Call us toll free at 866-241-8444 for a free consultation with a dedicated employment law attorney.