Golden, CO Employment Contracts Attorneys

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Golden, CO Employment Contracts Attorneys

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  • David J. Stephenson Jr.
  • Principal at David J. Stephenson, Jr., d/b/a The Rocky Mountain Thunder Law Firm
  • Golden, CO U.S.A.
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  • Victor F. Boog
  • Member at Boog & Cruser, P.C.
  • Lakewood, CO U.S.A.
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Employment Contracts

Before signing an employment contract with a new employer or your existing company, have an attorney read and review the document. Job contracts, confidentiality agreements, non-compete agreements and other binding documents can seriously restrict your actions if you are job hunting or are being contacted by recruiters. A lawyer can review the documents, highlight potential problems and negotiate key points with your employer.