Florida Contract Disputes Lawyer

Written employment agreements are often used to protect the company's interests or the employee's interests. They can spell out the details of:

  • Salaries or hourly compensation
  • Vacation time
  • Health and medical benefits
  • Retirement plans and stock options
  • Grounds for termination
  • Using litigation or alternative dispute resolution for employment disputes
  • Ownership of intellectual property rights
  • Other employment matters

At Damore, Delgado & Romanik , our Florida contract dispute attorneys represent employees throughout central Florida who are embroiled in employment disputes. Members of our firm have been rated 10.0 by Avvo, rated AV Preeminent* by Martindale-Hubbell, selected as one of the "Top 100 Trial Lawyers" in 2013 by The National Trial Lawyers Association and achieved numerous other accolades.

Noncompete Agreements And Other Restrictive Covenants

Many Florida companies use noncompete agreements (also called noncompetition agreements) to place restrictions on employees. When an employee leaves the company, a noncompete can sometimes limit where, when and for whom the individual can work. Certain restrictive covenants can also work to protect a company's trade secrets, ensure that valuable employees will remain with the business after it is sold to new owners, and more.

However, such agreements can sometimes be unreasonable, preventing individuals from making a living in their chosen fields or imposing other significant hardships. Damore, Delgado & Romanik advocates for employees in disputes over noncompete agreements, confidentiality agreements, trade secrets agreements and more.

Turn To Our Daytona Beach Employment Contract Attorneys

Whatever your specific employment contract dispute, we understand the need for a timely, successful resolution so you can move forward with your life and your career. Our lawyers devote the time and attention each client needs in order to make the legal process as easy as possible.

To arrange a free initial consultation, call Damore, Delgado & Romanik today at 386-492-8694 or send us an email. We respond to clients' concerns 24/7 and offer services in Spanish, French and Russian.