Contract Review Attorneys in Birmingham
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Alabama is an "at will" employment state. In an “at will” employment state, an employer is legally permitted to fire an employee at any time for many reasons, or for no reason at all. Likewise, an employee is free to leave a job at any time for any or no reason. There are very few exceptions to the “at-will” rule. One exception to the “at-will” nature of employment relationships in Alabama is when a contract for employment exists.
Although Alabama is an “at will” employment state, contracts are still used to formalize the details of an employment relationship, such as compensation, benefits, and terms. Contracts for employment normally include many terms and conditions which an employee must follow or face termination. These terms and conditions may seem straightforward on paper, but could have several interpretations.
When your current or prospective employer has presented you with any type of contract, it is in your best interests to first consult with an experienced contract review attorney. The attorneys at Wrady Michel & King have years of experience in reviewing contracts and negotiating for the best terms to protect you as the employee. If you have been presented with a contract or have questions regarding an existing employment contract, contact the attorneys at Wrady Michel & King to ensure your rights are protected.
Lawyers for Contract Review in Birmingham
The attorneys at Wrady Michel & King are highly experienced in contract review, drafting and negotiation. Many employment contracts are written for the protection of the employer. We at Wrady Michel & King believe employment contracts should also be written for the protection of you as the employee. Our attorneys have years or experience reviewing and drafting contracts to ensure your interests are protected. If any clauses of the contract are against your interests, we will advise you of the changes we recommend, and represent you in negotiations with your employer or the employer's legal counsel.
In today's workforce, many employers rely on oral contracts to create an employer/employee relationship. The attorneys at Wrady Michel & King can discuss with you any implied employment contract which you believe exists based on the statements or actions of your employer or statements in the employee handbook and help you to determine the nature and scope of any such agreements. Contact us today so we can help you evaluate your employee contract and ensure your rights are protected.
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