The money your company invests now in its New York City employment contracts can ultimately save you literally millions of dollars in the long run.
Manhattan employment law attorneys understand that these documents can be worth more than their weight in gold when disputes arise – as they inevitably do in business.
That has been the case with Tyco International and its former CFO, Mark Swartz, who has been imprisoned in connection with looting the firm. He’s now suing the company for $60 million he says he’s owed in retirement money.
Here’s what we know of the case thusfar, as reported by Reuters:
The case is