Executive Employment Attorney

An Engaging Look at How Top Entrepreneurs and Execs Protect Themselves and How You Can Too

Are you considering a career move? Negotiating for a raise? Wondering what might happen if your employer was sold or restructured? The rewards can be great… but so can the risks. Those who succeed in the corporate world know how to look out for themselves – and so should you!

Even CEOs Get Fired is a lively, clear, and comprehensive guide to contract negotiations and employment law, with practical advice for everyone – from C-Suite execs and founders, to fresh-out-of-undergrad new hires – on how to maximize your earnings and protect yourself if things don’t go according to plan.

Each chapter focuses on a particular issue, mixing straightforward actionable advice with engaging fictional stories. If you are starting out, in mid-career, or considering jumping into entrepreneurship, you will learn how to negotiate like a CEO. If you’re an established entrepreneur or executive already in the C-Suite, you’ll learn how to protect yourself in employment, including documents and clauses that really matter, how to maximize your negotiating leverage and much more.

Even CEOs Get Fired is an essential tool for anyone who wants to protect themselves in business.

Executive Employment Law

Revised Eighth Edition

The 2021 Edition of Executive Employment Law: Protecting Executives, Entrepreneurs and Employees is now available! The 2021 Edition is updated to include:

  • Many new cases and research that have been reported since the first seven editions.

For lawyers, Executive Employment Law: Protecting Executives, Entrepreneurs and Employees serves as an invaluable tool for navigating executive employment-related negotiations and the laws governing executive employment. The text chronicles myriad issues encompassing executive employment law including the documents and contracts that may affect the executive during or at the end of employment, negotiating the separation agreement, representing management teams during acquisitions, the ability of the executive to compete against his or her former employer and more. With “real life” stories demonstrating potential outcomes in the various scenarios outlined in the book, Executive Employment Law: Protecting Executives, Entrepreneurs and Employees is both accessible and thought provoking.

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