Severance Agreements

Employers occasionally offer severance pay to employees who have been fired. In most cases, the employer requires the employee to agree not to sue the employer for anything that occurred during the employment relationship. As a result, it is important to have an attorney review the severance agreement to ensure that it is fair to the employee and that the employee does not unknowingly agree to give up valuable rights. Our attorneys have experience negotiating severance packages for discharged employees, including high-level executives and professionals.