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Employment Contracts

If you are working in Maryland under an employment contract, the "at-will" provisions of Maryland employment law may not apply to you. If you have been wrongfully discharged in violation of an employment contract, you need an experienced lawyer to protect your interests, one who knows the law and will help you understand your options, so you make an informed decisions.

Breach of Employment Contract
Negotiating and litigating breach of contract actions requires experience and knowledge of Maryland & DC employment laws. I have helped a wide range of employees, from executives to middle management to line employees. I have extensive experience reviewing and drafting employment contracts and have a comprehensive understanding of the terms common to these agreements. I know the difference between "for cause" and "no cause" termination and will aggressively advocate to protect your interests.

Mr. Kane has handled a wide range of claims based on breach of an employment contract, including:

  • Wrongful termination or discharge
  • Failure to pay wages due under an employment agreement
  • Failure to meet the terms of a severance agreement
  • Conditions to continued employment on acceptance of modifications to a valid employment agreement
  • Violation of the terms of non-compete, non-solicitation agreements or restrictive covenants

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Law Offices of Eugene I Kane Jr, represents businesses, employees and employers in Baltimore, Bethesda, Frederick, Germantown, Ocean City, Washington D.C., Baltimore City County, Baltimore County, Frederick County, Howard County, Montgomery County, and Prince George's County. We represent clients on the Eastern Shore, Hagerstown-Cumberland, and the Maryland Suburbs of Washington D.C.