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An Executive Should Hire Employment Counsel When the Writing is On the Wall

/ 09/23/2010

Given the current economic crisis, many executives feel concerned about their employment situations.  Meeting sales forecasts and other goals may be impossible, not because of the executive’s lack of ability or effort, but because of circumstances beyond the executive’s control.

Keith Clouse, a Dallas, Texas employment attorney who regularly counsels executives, believes an employee should reach out to an employment lawyer as soon as the employee has reason to believe his job could be on the line.  Contacting employment counsel before an adverse action or termination occurs can benefit the employee tremendously. 

Early involvement by counsel enables the employee to gain clarity and to develop a plan while still employed.  While it may be possible for employment counsel to negotiate an arrangement that enables the employee and the employer to move forward together, more than likely, the employment lawyer will focus on the employee’s separation from the company.  Employment counsel can ease the employee’s separation by negotiating the timing, publicity, severance payments and other terms of the separation. 

To speak to Mr. Clouse or another Dallas employment law attorney about your employment situation or about separating from your employer, contact the Dallas employment lawyers at Clouse Dunn Khoshbin LLP at [email protected].

Press Release Contact Information:


Clouse Dunn
Khoshbin LLP

214.220.3833 ( fax)
[email protected]

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