Whether you are forming a new entity or you have an existing business, you will be dealing with ongoing negotiations and varying agreements with your key employees. At Scheid Cleveland, LLC, our Denver employment lawyers work in collaboration with you and your employees to craft agreements for your business. Forming employment contracts is the best way to ensure that you and your key people fully understand their goals and objectives, and the benefits realized when those goals and objectives are met.
Careful entry into employment agreements can protect business assets and the future of your Denver business. Our attorneys will work with you to create documents that are clear regarding both the employer’s and employee’s rights and responsibilities.
We are experienced in drafting the wide range of agreements now commonly required in the work environment. Employment contracts, independent contractor contracts, non-compete and confidentiality agreements, investment and loan agreements, trade secret non-disclosure agreements, contractor and vendor agreements, sales commission agreements, structured technician and R&D personnel salary ladders, executive compensation and severance packages are among the many business arrangements our attorneys can help you negotiate and finalize.
For any type of employment contract you need for your business, we’re here to help you draft it up and make sure it is clear to your employees.
For more information about our firm and services, or to speak with an experienced lawyer, contact Scheid Cleveland, LLC.
As one of the most reliable employment law firms in Colorado, our goal in drafting business agreements is to clearly define the rights and obligations of our clients. Agreements between businesses and the people that make them successful must correctly capture the expectations and understandings of both parties.
Protect your business and your assets by choosing accomplished employment lawyers to guide you through this process. This is often the key to preventing dissatisfaction, and possibly employment litigation, in the future.