Pittsburgh Employment Contract Lawyers

Contracts for employment are typically geared toward protecting the rights and interests of the employer. That is why it is important to have experienced legal counsel review any contract before you enter into an agreement. It is also important to get legal representation if an employer is attempting to enforce the terms of a contract, such as a non-compete agreement.

At the law firm of Joshua M. Bloom & Associates, P.C., in Pittsburgh, our attorneys are dedicated to protecting the rights of employees. We also represent small business employers in appropriate cases. Because we can handle either side of an issue, we have the ability to guide clients toward forward-looking solutions.

Whether you are involved in negotiating the terms of a contract or need skilled assistance with litigation arising from a contract dispute, we are here to help protect your interests. Give us a call today to schedule a no-cost consultation. We serve clients throughout Western Pennsylvania.

We Handle All Issues Involving Employment Contracts

Our lawyers have extensive experience in labor and employment issues. This includes experience handling all issues that come up concerning contracts for employment, including:

  • Covenants to not compete
  • Non-disclosure agreements
  • Non-compete disputes
  • Non-compete litigation
  • Negotiation of severance agreements
  • Litigation concerning severance packages

Our attorneys represent employees in negotiations concerning the terms of professional and executive contracts. In certain cases, we also represent small business employers rather than employees. This ability to handle either side enables us to guide our clients toward creative resolutions to workplace issues.

Many employees do not realize that they have agreed to not work for a competitor or seek employment in the same field until a former employer attempts to enforce the terms of a contract. We can help you avoid these surprises by providing thorough contract review. If an employer is attempting to enforce unreasonable terms of a contract, we are prepared to go all the way to trial with aggressive litigation to help protect your rights.

Call for a Consultation

You should not sign an agreement until you know exactly what it says, nor should you allow an employer to enforce terms that are unreasonable. Call 412-567-6650 or 866-974-0915 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your situation. Or, if you prefer, complete the online form. We handle most employment law cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that you pay nothing unless we obtain compensation for you.