Financial Industry Employment Matters

The securities and financial services industries are changing. Business models are in flux and firms are downsizing. Periods of transition often give rise to a variety of legal issues and disputes that need to be addressed.

Over the years, Page Perry has developed particular experience and knowledge in handling employment law issues and disputes associated with the securities and financial services industries. We regularly represent registered representatives, executives, financial advisers and other brokerage industry employees in an array of employment-related matters.

Page Perry’s employment law services range from drafting, reviewing and advising clients regarding employment contracts to issues involving whistleblower matters, new business or employment opportunities, and severance packages. Page Perry attorneys have often been hired to litigate or arbitrate employment-related disputes.

Page Perry attorneys have successfully handled arbitrations involving front-end bonuses, annual bonuses, retention bonuses, loans and promissory notes, wrongful termination, constructive termination, non-compete and non-disclosure agreements, confidentiality agreements, and stock option agreements.

Page Perry also represents firms and employees in ERISA (retirement plan) matters.

In addition, Page Perry regularly advises and assists former employees form new businesses, including registered investment advisors and independent broker-dealers. Page Perry attorneys also provide advice and assistance on regulatory and compliance matters.

If you have claims relating to financial industry employment matters, call the experienced lawyers of Page Perry for representation at (877) 673-0047.