On April 26, 2019, CEOWorld magazine published an article I wrote on “Negotiating Executive Retention Agreement Terms to Protect Your Interests” The magazine advised me that I can use “Featured in the CEOWORLD magazine” and the CEOWORLD “Logo” on my website.
This article is designed for CEOs, CMOs, CSOs, CTOs and other C-suite and senior executives in technology and life sciences, who are being recruited and have now, or anticipate soon receiving, an attractive offer to move on, yet are also critical to their current company, where your current company might provide a significant retention package for you to stay.
This frequently occurs when the company is “in play”. However, besides this change of control situation, my article discusses a number of other circumstances where executive retention negotiations occur, including where:
My article also discusses how to raise the issue of executive retention, how to negotiate and frame the executive retention package as a mutually beneficial “win-win” for the executive and the company, and finally the key terms to seek in your executive retention agreement.
To see my full CEOWorld magazine. article, go to LINK: https://ceoworld.biz/2019/04/26/negotiating-executive-retention-agreement-terms-to-protect-your-interests/
Or on my website https://www.executiveemploymentattorney.com/executive-retention-agreement/
With more than 12.4+ million-page views, CEOWORLD magazine is the world’s leading business magazine written strictly for CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, senior management executives, business leaders, and high net worth individuals worldwide.
It is my hope that this article will be helpful to CEOs, CMOs, CSOs, CTOs and other C-suite and senior executives in technology and life sciences, who are being recruited and have now, or anticipate soon receiving, an attractive offer to move on, yet are also critical to their current company, where the current company might provide a significant retention package for the executive to stay. If you or any colleague of yours has a need in this area, please do reach out to me at email@example.com.
Robert A. Adelson, Esq. is a business and tax attorney, and partner in the firm Engel & Schultz LLP in Boston, MA. He has an advanced LLM degree in the law of Taxation from NYU and has for more than 20 years represented CEOs, C-Suite and senior executives across the country in issues of senior executive employment including terms of equity, executive compensation package, severance agreement, change of control, restrictive covenants and other key executive issues.
This is an article of mine published last week in the September 2018 issue of the IEEE Reflector, the online monthly newspaper, that circulates to the 10,000 members of IEEE in Massachusetts. www.ieee.org My article is featured on page 5 of the current September 2018 issue.
This new law signed by Governor Baker in August goes into effect October 1, 2018 and sets limits to enforceability of non-compete agreements that employers may enter into with exempt employees and contractors, provided those employees leave their positions voluntarily or are terminated for cause. In those cases, to be enforceable, such non-compete agreements must meet the following standards:
The new law will also not affect non-competes that are part of the sale of a business or non-competes that are part of separation agreements negotiated at the time of employment termination. Additionally, the new law expressly excludes application to any restrictions on these other restrictive covenants whose enforcement will be continue to be governed by Massachusetts state common law:
To read my full Reflector article, go to this LINK: https://issuu.com/ieeeboston/docs/septemberdr2018?e=18904825/64145987 and view it on page 5.
Or view the article on my website at https://www.executiveemploymentattorney.com/new-massachusetts-law-restricts-non-compete-agreements/
If you have any questions on this article, or questions in dealing with a non-compete agreement for yourself or a colleague, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last Thursday, on August 10, 2017, CEOWorld magazine published an article I wrote on “Pitfalls of and Techniques to Surmount Non-Compete Agreements for Executives.” This article was designed for CEOs, C-suite executives and other senior executives who are asked to sign non-compete agreements with their company. My article deals with both the coverage and pitfalls of non-competes but also offers key techniques for the CEO and senior executives to surmount non-competes and protect your career.
Techniques used in the past and offered to the reader include negotiation of the following
My article also discusses key terms for the executive to negotiate in covenants for non-solicitation of customers and clients, non-solicitation of employee and contractors, confidentiality and NDA agreements, and assignment of inventions.
To see my full CEOWorld magazine article, go to LINK: http://ceoworld.biz/2017/08/10/pitfalls-of-and-techniques-to-surmount-non-compete-agreements-for-executives/
or my website at http://www.executiveemploymentattorney.com/articles-section/pitfalls-surmount-executive-non-compete-agreement/
With more than 12.4+ million page views, CEOWORLD magazine is the world’s leading business magazine written strictly for CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, senior management executives, business leaders, and high net worth individuals worldwide.
It is my hope that this article will be helpful to senior executives who are navigating the shoals of non-compete, non-solicitation agreements and going into a new position or change of control. If you or any colleague of yours has a need in this area, please do reach out to me at 617-875-8665 or email email@example.com.