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Counseling Executives and Key Employees About Employment Agreements
Start Date: 9/15/2021Start Time: 12:00 PM
End Date: 9/15/2021End Time: 1:00 PM
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Counseling Executives and Key Employees About Employment Agreements

September 15, 2021

Mitchell Hamline School of Law- Zoom

12-1pm

 

Timed Agenda

Lecture-Zoom                                                   12:00pm                                                               60 minutes

Description

Employment contracts for key employees are often considerably more complicated than for most workers. There can be unusual terms for pay and bonuses. Employers may also offer deferred compensation or various types of equity participation, such as stock options. And restrictive noncompete and nonsolicitation terms can sometimes have long-term career impacts. Learn how to navigate these complex agreements and advise key employees about their risks and bargaining leverage.

Presenter Biography

Scott Moriarity litigates complex employment and class action disputes throughout the United States, helping clients vindicate their rights against large, well-funded adversaries. He has formulated winning strategies in major employment and products liability litigation and achieved lasting results for his clients. Scott also handles ERISA benefit disputes and advises key employees about their executive compensation and benefits.

Scott graduated cum laude from William Mitchell College of Law in 2002 and was a staff editor and editorial board member of the William Mitchell Law Review. He is an active member of the Federal Bar Association and the Minnesota State Bar Association, supports numerous community organizations, and volunteers for Cancer Legal Care, the League of Women Voters, and In the Heart of the Beast Mask and Puppet Theater. Scott can also be found playing jazz trombone at local clubs and festivals.


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Contact Information:
Name: Allison Burke
Email: allison.burke@mitchellhamline.edu

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