Executive Employment Law Work

Executive Employment Attorney Work:

For CEOs and Senior Executives


As a senior executive or employee, how can Robert Adelson help you in his work as a business and tax attorney?


Rob’s law work continues to focus as one of his client niches on –


Executives and Employees (whether CEO, COO, CMO, VP-Sales, CTOs or other executives or employees) – negotiating, drafting or advising on offer letters, employment contracts, retention or severance agreements including key employment terms, compensation, bonus structure; relocation, tax gross-ups; retention, change of control and parachute provisions; the terms of stock or options, phantom stock, vesting arrangements; Section 409A issues and deferred compensation; termination including wrongful termination issues and severance; non-competes, NDAs and other restrictive covenants.


See also my personal web site focused on my representation of senior executives and employees.  LINK: www.ExecutiveEmploymentAttorney.com


To view representative cases, where I have successfully represented senior executives, go to: http://www.executiveemploymentattorney.com/Practice-Areas/Representative-Cases.shtml


To view client testimonials from CEOs, CMOs and other senior executives, go to: http://www.executiveemploymentattorney.com/Practice-Areas/Testimonials.shtml


In this work, I utilize my 30-year business, tax, contracts and employment law experience to bring the best results possible to my clients.  I would welcome your call or e-mail or we could schedule an office appointment


Our offices are on the 18th floor, Suite 1801, of 265 Franklin Street (building pictured above).  For reference, International Place is across the street at our rear, the High St. entrance (behind our building in the picture above).  We are one block from Post Office Square in Boston’s Financial District.


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