Employment Law Firm McCleskey Law Firm Lubbock, Texas

Employment Contracts & Torts

The most important asset any business has is its people. It is imperative that any employment contracts our clients enter into with their executives and other key employees are carefully negotiated and drafted by highly skilled and experienced attorneys knowledgeable in all areas of employment contract law.

The attorneys at McCleskey, Harriger, Brazill & Graf have decades of experience drafting and negotiating all kinds of employment contracts, including covenants not to compete, non-solicitation agreements, confidentiality agreements, retention agreements, severance agreements and others. We understand the importance of ensuring that such contracts protect our clients’ interests while also helping them attract and retain the most qualified and talented workers.

If an employment contract becomes the subject of litigation, however, our attorneys are also skilled trial lawyers who can successfully litigate, all the way from preliminary injunction to appeal. We also have significant expertise resolving such cases through mediation and arbitration.

Our firm has a reputation for integrity, a commitment to excellence, and deep roots in our community, going back for generations. We strive to help our clients succeed and prosper, long after their legal issues are resolved. Through a full array of exceptional legal services with which we support the businesses and individuals who make our community strong, we’re helping to ensure that the West Texas and New Mexico region remains a great place to call home.

Contact us to learn more about the employment contract services offered by the lawyers at McCleskey.

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