Compassionate Orlando Contracts Disputes Attorneys Ready To Assist You

Contract disputes discussion between a lawyer and his client in Orlando.At Wilson McCoy, P.A. our Orlando contracts disputes lawyers work tirelessly to defend employees in their disputes against their employers concerning their employment contracts.  Whether occurring while employed or after termination, disputes over employment contracts frequently occur because the employer drafts for their own benefit, rather than the benefit of the employee.

Reviewing Employment Contracts

All employees should strongly consider reviewing their employment contracts or severance packages with an experienced Orlando contracts disputes lawyer, as these terms will forever impact one’s salary, benefits, or future ability to work. The employment legal team in Orlando firm of Wilson McCoy, P.A., we use our 30 years of combined experience to thoroughly review and discuss all of the options and alternatives available to you, and counsel you in preparation for any negotiation with a current or future employer. We will assure your rights are protected in your employment contract.

Employment Contract Disputes

Although disputes arising from wage and hour issues, non-compete and non-disclosure agreements, severance packages, or other contractual obligations, are common among employers and employees,  our firm takes the time necessary to become familiar with your unique needs and concerns in order to tailor the best approach to resolve your legal matter, in or out of court.  Our firm, with our experienced Orlando contracts disputes attorney, is prepared to assert your rights under your employment contract when challenging the terms of the contract, or an employer’s breach of the contract, in order to protect your job or interests under the contract.

Our experienced legal practitioner also handles other types of cases, including:

Do not hesitate to call our Orlando contracts disputes attorneys to learn more about the options available to you under your employment contract.