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It is important to carefully draft any and all employment contracts in order to avoid unintentional contract breaches and unnecessary complications. There is nothing to guarantee that all parties within an employment contract will respect the words of the documentation. Some people may deliberately or negligently violate an employment contract, leading to real harm and damages suffered by others.
If you are an employee or an employer who has lost substantial finances due to an employment contract breach, you can come to Duffy North for trusted representation for your pending civil litigation case. Our law firm has been serving the people of Philadelphia and the surrounding region since 1928, earning us a stellar reputation for excellence, client-focus, and case success. To learn more about our services and what you can do to protect your future and finances, contact us at your first opportunity.
A proper employment contract will describe everything that can and should be considered between an employee and employer relationship. Important aspects include compensation, pay, benefits, and expectations. However, any portion or clause within an employment contract can become problematic when it is not followed, either intentionally or unintentionally.
Perhaps the worst form of damage that can arise due to a breach of an employment contract is that to reputation and professional standing. Individual employees could struggle to find gainful employment. Businesses may not be able to form new partnerships or close deal. Civil litigation seeks to rectify all of these problems through courtroom intervention and a monetary award, which has been intricately calculated based on real and circumstantial losses.
As the name implies, civil litigation is pointed towards a courtroom conclusion, but the legal battle can be tipped in your favor with smart pretrial preparation. Our Montgomery County civil litigation attorneys and employment lawyers are well-equipped to construct a case from the ground up and exploring all possible avenues to improve it, such as working with third-party experts when needed. We are determined to reach the best possible outcome for you or your company, and we would like to talk to you about how we intend on making that happen.
Call (215) 515-4439 to request an initial consultation with our team.