Philadelphia Equity Agreements
Equity agreements define the conditions of compensation from stock options, restricted stock, and phantom stock. The equity agreement identifies the time period that an employee can earn compensation or be paid. Vesting periods within the equity agreement refer to the period of time that equity compensation is earned by or is to be paid to the employee. These agreements and terms can be modified in certain situations such as the sale of the corporation, employee retirement or death, or if the employee is terminated.
Philadelphia employment lawyers at Sidney L. Gold & Associates help clients understand their equity agreements and all of its terms to empower the employee to carefully watch their investment and take action in the event that a breach occurs. We are experienced with negotiating equity agreements for our clients, and in dispute resolution if a breach in the equity agreement occurs. If an amicable resolution cannot be found through mediation, our lawyers are highly skilled in arbitration and litigation of equity agreements.
For more information on equity agreements, contact the Philadelphia employment law firm of Sidney L. Gold & Associates at 215-569-1999, or fill out our online contact form.