Duty of “Good Faith and Fair Dealing” Ensures Your Executive Compensation is not Taken Away from You

  • Preventing the other party from performing its obligations,
  • Engaging in schemes to deprive the other party of its right to benefits or withholding contractual benefits,
  • Seeking to obtain benefits prohibited by contract,
  • Having no intent to complete a contract or engaging in a contract that is unreasonable or deceitful.

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A corporate, tax and employment attorney since 1977, Rob represents CEOs and senior executives on employment, compensation, equity and separation matters.

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Robert A. Adelson

Robert A. Adelson

A corporate, tax and employment attorney since 1977, Rob represents CEOs and senior executives on employment, compensation, equity and separation matters.

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