Handling Disputes Involving Current Employees

Date
Backup: Executive Summary
by Wayne N. Outten, editors Yale D. Tauber and Donald R. Levy
The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.
2003
Description

Excerpt from "Chapter 16. Representing the Executive" by Wayne N. Outten, appearing in Executive Compensation, editors Yale D. Tauber and Donald R. Levy, copyright © 2003 The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. Reprinted by permission.

Representing employees who are involved in disputes with their employers while still employed raises special practical, tactical, procedural, ethical, and legal issues. Most of those issues complicate matters for the employee and the employee’s counsel, but some of them are beneficial. Some of those issues arise only in litigated disputes, but most of them arise in disputes generally, whether or not they are the subject of litigation.

Representing employees who are involved in disputes with their employers while still employed. Employment attorney Wayne N. Outten.

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