August 2022 Business Law Newsletter

I hope this email finds you and your family in good health.  It’s been a hot summer and I hope you have found ways to stay cool and enjoy summer, whether at the beach or in the mountains or in travels or other out of door pursuits you enjoy. Over the last two decades, we in New England have been quite spoiled by the many successful seasons the Red Sox have achieved over the past 20 years, so this summer at Fenway Park has been difficult, but even with less than stellar performance by the home town team, it’s still a great evening to see the Green Monster, Pesky Pole, the Triangle and bleachers filled to capacity, the wave ever rising as it goes through the RF stands and all of us belting out Sweet Caroline in the 8th inning.  So, however you are enjoying summer, hope it’s a good one for you and I now wanted to reach out to offer my monthly update. This update includes a link to register for the kickoff meeting of Boston Entrepreneurs Network (ENET) that occurs in 3 weeks – our first live meeting in more than two years, plus information on a similar meeting I moderated pre-Covid. This update also includes links to my article on executive bonuses published 12 days ago at the IvyExec career advancement website, and links to two earlier articles of mine also on executive topics, published in recent years by CEOWorld magazine, and finally a special offer that you may find valuable. I hope these items might be of some benefit. 😊

  1. Startup Success Stories, Lessons, Pivots and Failures:  Sept. 6, 2022  

What is success?  How do you achieve it?   Highly successful serial entrepreneurs, founders who made it big will offer case studies of what was important to enable them to achieve their success, with lessons we can all learn from them, key pivots on the path to success, and potholes and failures we can learn from as well, at ENET in Burlington, 9/6/22  More Details Here

  1. Structuring Bonuses for Maximum Benefit in Executive Compensation

Are you negotiating or “re-visiting” your executive compensation package in your job offer or employment contract?  My new article featured 12 days ago at the IvyExec career advancement website  suggests the right mix and tips on the structuring of signup, guaranteed and performance bonuses based on your performance and that of the company, plus key terms in bonus determination and payout, and also terms for a retention or stay bonus or retention agreement. More Details Here

 3.      Business Law Update

Robert Adelson, Boston attorney and principal at Adelson & Associates, LLC, represents small companies, executives, independent consultants, and family businesses. Learn how he can help you… More Details Here

4.       CEOs, C-Suite and Senior Executives

Learn about Robert Adelson’s work with C-level executives and key employees to improve job offers, employment contracts, stock, RSUs, options, bonuses and retention, severance, and termination arrangements and more…  More Details Here

  1. Negotiating Your CFO Employment Agreement

If you have a new job offer or employment contract as a CFO or Chief Financial Officer, my article published in  CEOWorld in 2019, advises on special terms, authority, reliance, equity and executive compensation package, severance and other essential terms to negotiate.  More Details Here

6.       Protecting yourself against Disparagement that could Blackball your Career  

Are you a C-level or a senior executive who has experienced or fears disparagement?  Sometimes disparagement and even defamation can make a C-level or senior executive toxic in your industry.  My article published by CEOWorld last year tells how I succeeded in helping C-level and senior executive clients overcome this potential blackball, in three very different career threatening situations, that could have derailed their rising careers, as well as further advice on non-disparagement terms to include in any further separation agreement. More Details Here

7.       8/2022 Offer:  Good until Sept. 9th   

This 3-week value-packed offer, is as a way to get introduced to my law work: An Executive Issues  law diagnostic – this offer is good through 9/9/22.   More Details Here

It’s always a pleasure to get back in touch with you and other clients, friends, and colleagues.  I hope the links and information provided will be useful to you and that there will be an opportunity for me to work with you on legal matters in the near future. 

Let’s keep in touch! 

Best regards,

Rob

Robert Adelson

Robert Adelson, Esq.

*Adelson & Associates, LLC
Executive Employment Attorney
101 Federal Street, 19th Floor
Boston, MA 02110
(617) 204-5601 Law Firm
(617) 204-5602 Direct
(617) 204-5604 Fax
E-mail :  rob@attorneyadelson.com
Blog:  https://robadelson.wordpress.com/
Twitter:  @AttorneyAdelson
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robert-adelson-b8a1557/
Website: www.executiveemploymentattorney.com

Note on Adelson & Associates, LLC:
*As mentioned in bullet no. 2 of the January 2020 Business Law Newsletter, Robert A. Adelson is now the Principal of Adelson & Associates, LLC.  For fifteen (15) years, from October 2004 through December 2019, Robert Adelson practiced law and referred legal work to associates of his, trusted and experienced colleagues, as a partner of Engel & Schultz, LLP.  In December 2019, the lead partners of the firm announced they would go into semi-retirement, go their separate ways, and the office lease would expire in January 2020.  In response, Robert Adelson formed Adelson & Associates, LLC in December 2019 and commenced the new firm’s operations on January 1, 2020, with the new firm taking over, on that date and going forward, all current Robert Adelson clients, matters and operations, as well as all referral of legal work to associates of Robert Adelson.  The new firm’s offices, at 101 Federal Street, 19th Floor, are across the street from the prior offices at One Federal Street, 21st Floor, in Boston’s Financial District

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