Executive Compensation and Severance Negotiation Considerations

Production Date: March 29, 2016 Practice Areas: Business, Corporate, & Securities Law, Labor & Employment Law, and Employee Benefits Estimated Length: 3664 minutes

$59

$ 59 Business, Corporate, & Securities Law, Labor & Employment Law, and Employee Benefits In Stock

Many employees, especially at the executive level, approach an offer of employment as a “take it or leave it” proposition. Similarly, employees who have been terminated without an offer of a severance package often walk away from their employment without understanding their rights and the potential leverage they may have to obtain better terms upon termination. This course is a primer on how executives can negotiate better compensation and severance packages. Join partner Yogi Patel of Lloyd Patel LLP for this discussion. 

 

Learning Objectives:

I.      Discover when and how to negotiate the terms of an employment agreement

II.     Learn key employment terms to consider negotiating

III.    Understand when and how to approach termination of employment 

IV.    Explore severance agreements and leverage

V.     Identify key terms to consider in negotiating a severance agreement

Johanna D.
Los Angeles, CA

Excellent course and much more interesting than I was expecting.

Samuel W.
Houston, TX

Great course! Lots of practical advice.

JoAnne P.
Freeport, NY

Excellent lecture. Clear and engaging and chock-full of information

Nirav P.
Birmingham, AL

I may very well seek out Counselor Patel for my own employment contract needs should they arise!

Jonathan S.
Manhattan, NY

Excellent overview.

Jeffrey S.
Menlo Park, CA

Very well organized and clear presentation.

William B.
Austin, TX

Good overview of pre-employment negotiation (I wish my clients would engage me BEFORE they are employed, rather than waiting until after a severance), employment agreement terms and severance situations.

Edward K.
, TX

Good pointers for both sides on the negotiation.

Randy B.
New York, NY

Good overview.

Lori K.
Downers Grove, IL

very informative!

William B.
Sugar Land, TX

An excellent lecture!

Daniel C.
Huntington, NY

Excellent seminar. Well presented, informative.

Kenneth C.
New York, NY

terrific speaker on the subject; knows his stuff !

David E.

Nice job

Angela A.
New York, NY

This was a very informative presentation of a topic matter which will assist me in representing my client.