Employees often sign, and employers often require, employment agreements governing the terms of employment, including the amount of their compensation, their equity in the company, and the post-termination obligations of both the employee and the employer.  Disputes often arise concerning these terms, such as, when the employer and employee disagree as to whether the employee has been paid all the compensation due under the agreement or when the employer asserts that the employee has failed to comply with the employee’s post-termination obligations, such as where the employee pursues employment with a competitor of the employer or openly solicits the former employer’s customers in contravention to a restrictive covenant contained in the employment agreement.   The firm has experience in sorting out these types of disputes, both amicably and in litigation.