Executives and highly compensated individuals are often the lifeblood of a successful business. Businesses often promise whatever is necessary to get the right talent on staff. The stakes are high, particularly for small and midsized private businesses. When performance goals aren’t being met, disputes often arise about expectations.
If you are a South Carolina business owner or a management professional involved in a dispute over a compensation package, talk to an attorney at Hopkins Law Firm, LLC, in Pawleys Island. Attorneys Bill and Clay Hopkins will review the agreement and evaluate the foundation of the dispute. Our firm is recognized among the preeminent employment law firms in the coastal region, with more than 20 years of experience successfully resolving disputes and winning in court, when a trial becomes necessary.
Many executive agreements are poorly written or ambiguous about expectations. Whether you are a business owner considering signing an agreement with an executive hire, or a management professional considering an employment opportunity, it is important to make sure the terms of the agreement are legally airtight and leave no room for interpretation. We will review the written agreement and offer our legal advice on recommended changes, if necessary.
Finding an attorney is easy, but finding a good one is an entirely different matter. I have worked with many lawyers along the Grand Strand, and Bill Hopkins is a good person and a good attorney. I highly recommend him and his firm.
We are so fortunate to have found Bill Hopkins. As a new business, we needed sound legal advice and reviewing of potential contract information. Bill is extremely thorough, timely and trustworthy.
I am so fortunate to have met Bill Hopkins. He answers all of my questions with patience and knowledge. In addition, he is a man of integrity. I highly recommend Bill Hopkins and his law firm.
Bill Hopkins does a great job as an attorney. My wife had an employment issue and he was extremely helpful and worked for the best settlement. Thanks!