Do you need to find a lawyer, attorney or law firm for legal advice to review or negotiate Florida startup company employment, contracts, job offers and Delaware C Corporation restricted stock equity options purchase agreements for employees or founders? Are you located in Jacksonville, Tampa, Orlando, St. Petersburg, Sarasota, Ft. Meyers, Naples, Gainesville, Boca Raton, West Palm Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, Boynton Beach, Miami, The Keys, or South Florida and looking for a quality, experienced startup employment contracts lawyer who can help you review or negotiate your employment contract or agreement? Don’t expect to find a good lawyer by just doing a Google search. Andrew S. Bosin is a top rated startup employment contracts negotiations review lawyer attorney who can effectively draft and negotiate your startup employment agreements & contracts along with founders restricted stock purchase agreements. Andrew is located in New Jersey just outside of New York City and can help and assist if you are located anywhere in the United States.
Leading startup employment contracts negotiations restricted stock purchase agreement lawyer attorney Andrew S. Bosin works with and provides legal advice to startup founders & employees regarding every aspect of Startup Employment Contracts Agreements. Founders of technology, software, saas, healthcare and IT startups typically do not enter into employment agreements or employment related contracts with their own startups. This process usually commences when VC type investors come into the picture and want to make sure that Founders are not going to leave the company so quickly so they typically want a signed contract containing restricted stock and other terms.
It is a good idea if no employment contract is signed that Founders execute an employment offer letter with their startup that lays out the general terms and conditions of their employment and states that they are “at-will” employees. Also, the Founder should have a defined writing setting forth in clear terms if they will be able to retain their shares in stock that has already vested and for stock that might not have vested at the time they leave the company. Founders should also enter into agreements with their startup such as a non-disclosure agreements (NDA) and non-compete – non-solicitation agreements promising to keep the company’s information confidential and assigning their rights to any intellectual property, trade secrets or confidential information to the company and, in most states, agree not to compete with the company for a period of time following their employment or solicit other employees and founders to leave the startup.
In his startup employment agreement legal practice, Andrew provides legal advice and counsels startups, founders and their employees on every possible legal issue including but not limited to, Employment Contracts, Employment Agreements, Executive Compensation Agreements, Job Offer Terms Sheets, Restricted Stock Equity Agreements, Founders Restricted Stock Purchase Agreements, Vesting of Equity and Options, Deferred Compensation, Bonus and Salary, Business Entity Formation, Incorporation, Delaware C Corporation, Bylaws, LLC Operating Agreements, Independent Contractor Agreements, Non-Compete Agreements, Non-Competition Agreements, Non-Solicitation Agreements, NDA’s, Licensing and intellectual property (IP) agreements.
Please call Andrew S. Bosin Lawyer For Startup Employment Contracts Agreements legal advice for a free initial legal consultation at 201-446-9643.