If you are an executive, senior-level manager, sales representative, or educated professional in need of effective legal representation, Liberman Canna can help guide you in times of career transition. Liberman Canna routinely represents executive officers, directors, account executives, sales managers, and a variety of professionals (such as financial services representatives, general agents, restaurant managers, sports and nutrition professionals, accountants, attorneys, bankers, and doctors) in their employment matters. As an experienced business and employment law firm representing both corporations and highly compensated individuals, Liberman Canna is well-suited to assist executives with a variety of employment law matters. We handle a wide range of real-world corporate and business law issues for a local and national clientele. The attorneys at Liberman Canna understand the economic and legal issues that affect executive employees and the companies for which they work. We speak the language of business and can help you effectively navigate challenges and threats to your career. Liberman Canna has gained the respect of the corporate legal community and routinely receives referrals of executive clients from some of the largest law firms in the States of New York and New Jersey. By establishing ourselves as an extremely competent, but value-driven, law firm, we have forged strong relationships and developed trust on the other side of the table. Liberman Canna’s services for executives and individuals include the following:
- Job offers, employment agreements, and executive compensation
- Separation agreements, severance packages, and releases
- Non-competition and non-disclosure obligations
- Allegations of misconduct
- Breach of contract and unpaid compensation
- Litigation for executives and individuals, including discrimination, harassment, compensation, and similar issues
Before accepting a first or even a “final offer,” consulting with Liberman Canna can provide an individual with the knowledge and tools to level the playing field and negotiate on equal terms with an employer.