The Art Of Drafting Executive Employment Agreements: Part 2
By Mark Poerio (November 22, 2019, 4:45 PM EST) -- This is the second of a two-part article that addresses issues often arising during the negotiation, drafting and review of executive employment agreements with a focus on terms, provisions and contractual language that implicate economically significant matters. Both employer and executive perspectives are presented in a discussion that tracks the flow of a typical employment agreement.
This is intended to provide a heads-up for material issues. Due to the high stakes and complexity of these agreements, experienced legal counsel should be sought for sound and thorough advice.
Part 1 covered positions and reporting relationships, commencement dates and relocation scenarios, salaries and bonuses,...
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