Solving Complex Problems Involving Executive Pay
Executive compensation can involve a complicated mixture of salary, equity, options and other elements. The stakes can be high, and neither side wants to suffer a loss, so it is not uncommon for problematic relations to develop between executives and their employers. It is essential for you to have proper legal representation if you are involved in a dispute that carries potential for harm to your career and your reputation. As a valuable employee, you may need knowledgeable counsel regarding executive compensation if you are evaluating a new opportunity, switching positions or trying to negotiate your way out of a deadlock. Our firm can help in these matters.
Effective Advocates For Resolving Compensation Disputes
The attorneys of NachtLaw based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, advise and represent executives and business leaders in a variety of industries throughout Michigan. In the area of executive employment law, our experience includes strategic planning, contract drafting and review, negotiation and litigation. We can answer important questions like:
- How can I structure the best possible compensation package with my new employer?
- What is the best mix of salary, bonus structure, benefits, stock options and different types of equity?
- Can you help me maximize the signing bonus I receive?
- I am being terminated. How can I develop an exit strategy that sets me up for success in the near future?
- How can I negotiate the best possible severance package for myself? What will a “golden parachute” mean in my case?
- I don’t want to gain a reputation for being a troublemaker, but I believe I am being treated unfairly. Can I hire an attorney to fight on my behalf?
- Is litigation the only way to resolve this dispute? What alternatives do I have?
- Who should I talk to about the tax implications of my compensation package?
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Contact NachtLaw to schedule an appointment with one of our lawyers. We have offices in Ann Arbor, Birmingham and Traverse City.