Baton Rouge Employment Contract Lawyers

Dedicated Employer Representation in Louisiana and Beyond

When hiring an employee, it is important to define the scope of the employer-employee relationship, particularly what is expected of the employee should he or she leave his or her job. You do not want an employee to go to work for a competitor armed with knowledge of your business practices or with a list of clients. At the law firm of Carleton Loraso Hebert & Wittenbrink, LLC our Baton Rouge employment contract attorneys can help you protect your company and your interests.

Experienced Help With Non-Compete and Confidentiality Agreements

Non-compete and confidentiality agreements are designed to prevent employees from sharing confidential information with a competitor. Our Louisiana business law attorneys have extensive experience handling all types of issues surrounding non-compete agreements for employers, including:

  • Drafting of non-compete, non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements
  • Review of the language in existing contracts
  • Negotiation of the terms
  • Advisement on whether an agreement is likely to be enforced
  • Litigating breach of non-compete agreement claims

These types of agreements are often viewed suspiciously by the courts and are a frequent source of litigation. If an employment contract is not written narrowly enough, it may not be enforceable. The legal team at Carleton Loraso Hebert & Wittenbrink, LLC, can help craft an agreement that will be likely to stand up to judicial scrutiny.

We Represent All Employers

We are committed to representing all types of employers, from "mom and pop" closely held businesses to state government agencies. We can help ensure that your business's information remains protected. We also defend companies when an employee claims that the terms of his or her agreement are unenforceable.

Call for a Consultation With a Lafayette Confidentiality Agreement Attorney

Confidentiality agreements and other employment contract terms are essential to the continued health of any employer. Contact our Baton Rouge employment contract lawyers online or call 225-234-0521 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your situation. We accept credit cards, are available for after-hours appointments, employ English and French speakers, and are conveniently located in downtown Baton Rouge.