Connecticut Employment Attorneys
Disputes between employees and employers can result in great harm to a company in the form of low employee morale, negative public relations and financial costs. When disputes arise, it is important for all parties to handle the issues prudently to protect their interests. The first step is seeking the counsel of an experienced employment law attorney.
At Aeton Law Partners LLP, we represent employees and employers in employment law matters throughout Connecticut, including Hartford, New Haven and Middletown. We are conveniently located in Middletown, CT, and offer our clients the latest legal technologies and streamlined processes to deliver high-quality services at competitive prices.
At Aeton, we represent employees in reviewing and negotiating contracts, including severance agreements,executive contracts and physician agreements. We review severance and retention packages for a flat fee and provide our objective advice about employees looking to get increased severance pay or retention bonuses. Many times, we are able to negotiate a better deal for our clients. In some cases, litigation may be required. Some of our cases include:
- Executive contract review and negotiation
- Physician contracts, partnership agreements
- Change in control and retention agreements
- Relocation agreements
- Professional service contracts
We also represent employees for breach of employment contract, failure to pay bonuses, unpaid wages, and overtime claims.
We understand the challenges and opportunities facing employers and employees in these matters and work closely with our clients to make sure these issues are resolved in their favor.
Our lawyers will work with you to resolve your dispute outside of court through alternative dispute resolution if possible and litigate your dispute in court in order to protect your interests when necessary. We handle cases involving:
- Wrongful termination
- Breach of contract
- Theft of trade secrets
- Breach of non-compete
- Unpaid overtime
- Wage and hour claims
- Whistleblower claims
- Free speech and public policy
- Failure to pay employee bonus
Contact us today to schedule a consultation with our Connecticut employment litigation attorneys.