Contracts of employment law can be a legal minefield if they are not carefully managed. A good defense to an ex-employee's wrongful termination case often begins, and sometimes ends, with solid proof of an at-will employment agreement. While written employment agreements are usually required for executive-level employees, a standardized one or two page agreement, countersigned by each non-executive employee, is very useful.

Join attorney Art Lambert for this lunch-and-learn program designed to help employers determine whether and how to use employment contracts and avoid potential liability in the process. 

Topics include:

  • An overview of potential needs for an employment contract.
  • Terms employers should consider including in an employment contract.
  • To non-compete or not non-compete?
  • The legal process in enforcing employment contracts.
  • Non-solicits - how do they work?
  • How to hire without litigation.

Maggiano's Little Italy
205 N Park Center

Dallas, TX 75225


Complimentary lunch will be served at 11:45 a.m.
Presentation will commence at 12:00 p.m.

Attendance is complimentary, registration is required.

For more information, please contact Karen Monico at or 214.646.3424. This program has been approved for 1.0 HRCI credit hours. 
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