We have a track record of providing Houston executives with favorable and discreet outcomes in their employment disputes. If you are in need of a Houston executive attorney, we have the knowledge, experience, and resources necessary to fight for your rights. Such benefits may involve things like:
Severance Pay. In Hernandez v. Exxon Corp., 943 F. Supp. 740, 750 (S.D. Tex. 1996), the court found that it was up to a jury to decide whether the plaintiff-manager was entitled to severance pay because his employment was terminated without cause.
Bonuses. In Carbona v. CH Medical, Inc., 266 S.W.3d 675 (Tex. App.—Dallas 2008, no pet.), the court found that the plaintiff-director was entitled to a $150,225 bonus from his former employer under the terms of his employment agreement. And, in Vanegas v. American Energy Servs., 302 S.W.3d 299 (Tex. 2009), the Texas Supreme Court found that eight employees were entitled to be paid five percent of the proceeds of the sale of their employer based on a promise the employer had made to make such payments.
Change of Control Payments. In McClure v. Union Carbide Corporation, No. Civ. A H-03-0054, 2005 WL 1214645, 2005 U.S. District Lexis 35679, *1 (S.D. Tex. May 20, 2005), the court found that the plaintiff-manager was entitled to payment under the change of control agreement because his new position was not equivalent to his old one.
If you contact and retain us, our firm would be happy to review your agreement with you and discuss the specifics of your situation. As experienced Houston executive attorneys, we can quickly cut to the core of the most complex issues and help vindicate your legal rights.
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Before you sign an executive agreement, consider obtaining legal advice from an employment law expert. Whether your employment is ending voluntarily or involuntarily, you can bet that there are important issues that need to be addressed. Issues like whether you are entitled to a bonus or severance pay. Or, whether your non-competition agreement is valid and enforceable, and, if it is, whether the company may be willing to release you from it in return for a compromise of some sort from you. These are delicate issues that have important financial consequences. When you are facing these types of significant issues, our lawyers are able to help you work through them.