Wages And Benefits

Helping Navigate Executive Employment Contracts

Attorney Jay P. Holland, Esq., a well-qualified employment lawyer, provides effective counsel to clients, assisting them in achieving and securing their goals through executive pay and benefits agreements. If you are interested in meeting with Jay P. Holland, Esq., please contact our Maryland offices to arrange a consultation.

Attorney Jay P. Holland, Esq., assists individuals and companies throughout Maryland and the District of Columbia in drafting, review, and negotiation of executive employment contracts. Prior to initiation of employment, he will assist the client, guiding the candidate or prospective employer through the process of negotiating an agreement that will provide certainty in future employment relations, ensuring that the agreement is valid under federal, state, and local laws, including the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), and that his client is receiving maximum benefit from the agreements. Issues attorney Jay P. Holland, Esq., will see are thoroughly addressed during the process, covering tangible and intangible benefits, include:

  • How quickly stock options will vest
  • A severance agreement with the timing of severance payments clearly delineated and in compliance with the Older Workers Benefits Protection Act
  • Restrictive covenants/noncompete agreements that will govern the employee’s ability to accept other employment

When a dispute on terms of employment or severance arises, he will represent the employee or employer in negotiations or litigation to resolve issues such as a claim of breach of contract regarding nonsolicitation of former clients, noncompete or trade secrets. Attorney Jay P. Holland, Esq., represents clients in cases in state and federal courts throughout Maryland and the District of Columbia.

Federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) And State Wage And Hour Laws

Attorney Jay P. Holland, Esq., also represents individual workers and class in actions regarding violations of wage and hour laws, including:

  • Failure to pay for time actually worked
  • Misclassification of employees for the purpose of avoiding payment of overtime
  • Failure to pay overtime worked

If you would like to meet with Jay P. Holland, Esq., to discuss representation during negotiation of an executive employment contract, or are involved in a dispute regarding terms of employment or a violation of wage and hour laws, please call our Greenbelt office at 240-297-1782 or reach out via email to arrange a consultation.