Executive Employment Law: Protecting Executives, Entrepreneurs and Employees
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Executive Employment Law: Protecting Executives, Entrepreneurs and Employees by Jotham S. Stein, provides practitioners and business executives with a fundamental knowledge of executive employment -related negotiations and the laws governing executive employment. He discusses essential strategies for negotiating employment contracts, separation (termination) agreements, non-compete agreements, and founder 's stock contracts. It's an ideal guide for executives, their counsel, H.R. representatives, and any other interested party.
The corporate lawyer who represents high ranking, and sometimes high profile, executives, requires a full understanding of the dynamics of executive compensation negotiations and the types of contracts executives enter into. The same can be said of in-house counsel responsible for advising their employer or compensation committee on executive hiring, retention or termination matters. There are myriad issues beyond the requirements of compensation reporting to consider, from negotiating the employment relationship to understanding compensation packages, to considering executive's mid-employment requests, to terminating the employment relationship, whether due to performance or merger.
•Provides practitioners and business people with an understanding of key dynamics in the executive negotiation process
•Written by a practitioner with extensive executive employment law experience
•Is an easy -to -navigate, strategic tool for practitioners in need of either quick overviews or comprehensive explanations of the most essential areas of executive employment law
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Table of contents
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER 2 THE NEGOTIATING PLAYING FIELD
CHAPTER 3 THE PLAYERS
CHAPTER 4 A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DOCUMENTS
CHAPTER 5 THE EXECUTIVE BECOMES A CLIENT- -THE ATTORNEY BEGINS TO ADVISE
CHAPTER 6 GENERAL NEGOTIATION CONSIDERATIONS FOR EXECUTIVES
CHAPTER 7 PRE-EMPLOYMENT: NEGOTIATING THE EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT AND RELATED AGREEMENTS
CHAPTER 8 DURING (AND SOMETIMES BEFORE) THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP
CHAPTER 9 TERMINATION OF THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP
CHAPTER 10 THE EXECUTIVE' ABILITY TO COMPETE AGAINST HIS FORMER EMPLOYER- -A BRIEF OVERVIEW
CHAPTER 11 A BRIEF WORD ON INTERNATIONAL ISSUES AFFECTING THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP
APPENDIX A. FOR EXECUTIVES AND ENTREPRENEURS: HOW TO FIND A LAWYER WITH EXPERIENCE REPRESENTING CLIENTS LIKE YOU