Frisco Employment Attorney: Representing Employers in Plano, Frisco and across North Texas
Drafting and Negotiation of Employment Agreements
A well-drafted employment contract or independent contractor agreement benefits both the business and its employees. A company is able to recruit the best and brightest talent with appealing contractual terms and the employee is clear about the expectations and limits of employment.
At Albin Oldner Law, PLLC, our Frisco employment attorney works with business clients to ensure you are in compliance with government regulations. We advise our clients on the limitations and enforceability of contracts. We draft or review employment contracts, non-compete clauses and non-disclosure agreements to protect intellectual property and trade secrets.
We handle employment disputes, contract violations, and compliance issues, and defend against claims of discrimination, harassment, and wrongful termination. Because of our extensive employment litigation experience, our legal team can quickly identify problems at the contractual phase. By working with us early in the process, we may be able to help you avoid costly and time-consuming legal action.
Our goal is always to secure the best results possible in the most cost-conscious manner, avoiding the stress of litigation whenever possible. Call our office at (214) 225-9138 to schedule a consultation with employment lawyer Laura Calhoun.
Preventing and Protecting Your Company from Employee Misconduct
The national “Me Too” movement is bringing to light stories of workplace sexual harassment and employment discrimination at a pace we’ve not seen before. It’s a historic moment of reckoning and it’s affecting many workplaces.
As an employer, you are responsible for the actions of your employees, including actions that are illegal or cast your business in a bad light. It’s critical that you take action before a problem arises by providing employees with clear instructions about appropriate behavior in your workplace, and by clarifying what is a violation and how violations will be handled.
You can best do this in your Employee Handbook, and with trainings. We can advise you on ways to protect your business and can help you draft an Employee Handbook that will achieve your goals.
If your business is facing a legal charge of sexual harassment or discrimination, or an employee has claimed he or she was retaliated against or wrongly fired for telling someone of harassing or discriminatory action, you need a trial attorney on your case. Our firm has several attorneys who focus on business and employment litigation, with a record of successes and results in court.
We work with businesses of all sizes. We understand the need for cost-conscious solutions to legal problems and whenever possible we avoid litigation by helping our clients find legal remedies in arbitration or mediation.