Contract Dispute Attorneys Serving Tampa Bay and Other Areas
Noncompete and non-solicitation agreements are used to protect the business interests of a company. When an employee violates the agreement, revenue is lost. Conversely, when an employer abuses the restrictions, careers can end. You need protection through experienced, knowledgeable attorneys who are capable of handling the case, including at the trial level and beyond.
At the Florida, State-wide civil litigation law firm of Feldman Morgado, P.A., we know the legal strategies often utilized in employment agreement disputes; the requirements for obtaining injunctions and the damages that courts typically award.
If discussion, negotiation or mediation fails to resolve an employment agreement dispute and your only option is a lawsuit and a trial, we are capable of handling your case. Contact us at 813-902-3186 for an immediate, free consultation.
Experience in Employment Agreement Creation and Litigation
The attorneys at Feldman Morgado, P.A., have extensive experience in this complex area of litigation. If the noncompete or non-solicitation is enforceable, we aggressively hold the signers accountable for every word of that contract. If our attorneys determine that the agreement appears to be unenforceable, we will identify all weaknesses and seek to exploit this in any legal action.
Aggressive Representation in Employment Contract Disputes
Business revenues are at stake. Future employment and business opportunities are at stake. Time is of Business revenues are at stake. Future employment and business opportunities are at stake. Time is of the essence for you to contact us if you are involved in an employment agreement dispute. We are there to protect your interests and enforce your rights: and we are prepared to seek resolution all the way to trial and the appellate level if necessary.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer regarding an employment agreement dispute, please contact one of our offices in Tampa, Ocala/Gainesville, Miami, Naples, Jacksonville, or Fort Lauderdale, Florida.