Category Archives: Employment Agreements

Termination for Cause Provisions: Every Word Matters

Particularly with respect to executive employees, it is not unusual for an employment agreement to be used.  Those agreements tend to have detailed provisions regarding when the executive may be terminated and what happens if the termination is with or … Continue reading

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Once An Employee Has Verbally Resigned, Should You Require the Employee to Submit a Written Letter of Resignation?

It is not uncommon for human resources professionals to receive a verbal resignation from an employee or to be informed by a manager that an employee has stated that he or she is resigning their employment.  In many instances, these … Continue reading

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Wait ‘Til Next Year?

Despite Legislative Inaction, it May Be Time to Test the Fitness of Your Non-Competes When the clock struck midnight on August 1st, it brought the Massachusetts legislative session to a close.  It also brought to a close the latest efforts … Continue reading

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Where There’s Smoke, There May Not Be (Legal) Fire

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If an employer wants to protect itself from secret downloads of its crown jewels, it should be sure to have its employees sign employment agreements with appropriate protections. Continue reading

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