Employment Contracts and Documents Preparation Service for Employers

Calderone Law Firm from its office in Manhattan Beach, California in addition to it well established litigation services for employers also provides preparation of employment forms and contracts for companies. These employment agreements can help prevent misunderstandings, conflicts and thwart misguided lawsuits from being filed against your company. We have numerous forms that can be tailored for your needs and prepared at a modest price including:

  • Employment Manuals
  • Employee and Contractor Agreements
  • Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreements
  • Hiring and Terminating Employees letters and forms
  • Trade Secret Protection Agreement
  • Leave of Absence forms and letters
  • Arbitration agreements
Manhattan Beach Employment Lawyer Advising California Employers

Vincent Calderone can assist your business navigate this complex area of the law, and minimize the risks associated with being an employer. Calderone Law Firm provides sound legal advice to protect your rights and interests, to ensure that your business complies with the intricate employment laws.

Vincent Calderone can help you prepare employment contracts, employee manuals or handbooks, confidentiality agreements, employee compensation plans, performance evaluations, and separation and/or termination letters to fit your needs. Finally, as a litigation law firm, Calderone Law Firm can also represent your company in lawsuits and arbitrations relating to employment and business disputes if they should arise providing efficient legal representation to reach the optimal resolution our outcome.

Discuss Your Employment Form or Contract Need with a Manhattan Beach Attorney

Experience employment lawyer Vincent Calderone has the experience to help you with your employment forms, contracts and litigation. Whether you are from Manhattan Beach or elsewhere in Southern California, you can fill out our contact form or call (310) 706-4101 to schedule a free consultation about your employment needs.