Hollister Employment Lawyer
Resolving Disputes Regarding Implied Contracts
Implied contracts are unwritten agreements between a job candidate or
employee and an employer regarding their professional relationship. Each side understands
his or her roles and responsibilities with regards to the company and
how they intend to reach the company’s goals. There may be times,
however, when an employer fails to follow through with the contract, the
employee might have grounds for legal action.
Hollister employment law attorney, Bill Marder, offers legal counsel to
employees who believe that an employer has failed to fulfill their duties
as stated in the contract or otherwise gone back on their word.
If you believe you have a case, please
contact Marder Employment Law today!
The Laws Concerning Implied Contracts
Implied contracts can be enforced by law. Both employees and their employers
are expected to stand by the terms as laid out in their contract. An implied
contract might also be referred to as an oral contract, and still holds
as much weight as a written contract would. An employer might try to dispute
this because it is not “in writing,” however even informal
exchanges may still be considered legally binding.
Your claim must establish the following:
- That the contract, implied or otherwise, existed between both parties
- That your employer or someone working in that capacity broke the contract
- The defendants in the case, or the opposing party, are the appropriate
ones to sue
- You suffered a financial loss, were wronged, or left a detrimental impact
on your career
As a Hollister employment law attorney, Bill Marder understands the many
complex laws and regulations involving implied contracts. Any type of
contract dispute is often a very contentious matter that needs prompt
resolution. You will want to protect yourself and preserve your rights
as an employee.
Contact the Firm Today!
With extensive experience in negotiating and litigating all types of contract
and employment disputes, Attorney Bill Marder can help you resolve any
issue. Should you have any concerns that your employer is reneging on
their promise or the contract that you had agreed to, you must
contact Marder Employment Law as soon as possible Attorney Bill has secured innumerable wins and settlements
for clients, and strives to find the most favorable solution possible.
To begin, schedule a
free initial case consultation.