Expatriate, secondment, and assignment agreements are employment agreements that are used to set forth the terms for an international assignment, including not only basic terms relating to position and compensation but also specialized terms relating to such matters as health benefits, schooling allowances, language training, relocation and immigration expenses, and tax benefits. Outten & Golden attorneys have extensive experience in negotiating all aspects of such agreements.
In our expatriate practice at Outten & Golden, we understand the needs of executives and their families going abroad to pursue expatriate opportunities. We are also committed to protecting the civil rights of these expatriates if they are discriminated against far from home, when U.S. law applies extraterritorially. Our attorneys are experts in this field and speak and write on these subjects.
Outten & Golden attorneys also work with a network of immigration lawyers in matters concerning the status of executives and can advise employees on employment-related immigration problems.
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