“If you are being let go from your place of employment, you may be in a position to negotiate a severance package or separation agreement.”
Have you been wrongfully terminated? Have you suffered discrimination or other violations of your rights at work?
An employment lawyer can assist you in filing a claim or negotiating with your former employer to reach a reasonable settlement.
Find out how an employment attorney at Hoge Law Firm in San Diego, CA, can determine if you have a valid case...
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Negotiate a Severance Package
Negotiating Severance Packages and Separation Agreements
Hoge Law Firm has advised employers in employment disputes and defended employment claims for over thirty years. Employment disputes are usually emotionally charged on both sides, and the firm understands how to prevent or minimize the impact of employment actions that may result in litigation. With respect to disputes that do proceed to litigation, the firm understands the risks and applicable law so as to advise employers how to best defend employment claims.
Based on that experience, the firm also has advised many departing or recently departed employees through severance negotiation and execution of separation agreements. There are many considerations on both sides in approaching those negotiations, and the firm’s experience and insight into those considerations are highly valuable in pursuing negotiated separation terms.
Types of Employment Law Cases
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Hoge Law Firm
Attorney Charlie Hoge is associated with a number of professional legal organizations, including:
- Member, San Diego County Bar Association
- Member, American Bar Association
- Member, Association of Business Trial Lawyers of San Diego
- Member, San Diego Chapter of the International Network of Boutique Law Firms
- Fellow, Litigation Counsel of America, Trial Lawyer Honorary Society
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