Feb 1 2011
Daniel R. Brice and Jonathan M. Cerrito Speak Before Trade Association of Sales & Marketing Professionals
Author(s): Daniel Brice | Jonathan Cerrito
Tags: Albany Law | compensation mechanisms | Deferred Compensation Plans | Employee Benefits | Employement Law | employment based agreement | Individual Employment | Jonathan Cerrito | Lawyers | Legal Counsel | Litigation Law | Marketing Executives | New York Law | payment of commissions | Retention Agreements | Salespersons Rights | Severance Agreements | Syracuse Lawyers | territory adjustments
On January 19, 2011, Daniel R. Brice and Jonathan M. Cerrito presented to CNY Sales & Marketing Executives (CNYSME)—a trade association founded in 1935 and a recognized voice of the sales and marketing profession in Central New York—on various employment law and employee benefits matters. The educational seminar addressed various issues that a salesperson may confront including changes in job responsibility, territory adjustments, payment of commissions, employment based agreements and compensation mechanisms.
In the context of a salesperson’s rights, Dan focused his discussion on employment law related matters including employment at will, employment contracts, non-compete agreements and severance. Jonathan discussed various compensation and benefits arrangements that a salesperson may seek including employment agreements, severance agreements, change-in-control agreements, retention agreements and other forms of nonqualified deferred compensation plans.