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Screen Shot 2016-07-26 at 10.08.20 PMAaron Hall | Minnesota Severance Lawyer

Aaron Hall is a Minnesota Severance Lawyer experienced in analyzing, drafting, and litigating severance agreements.  His experience includes severance agreements involving C-level executives, sales representatives, highly compensated employees, and multi-state companies.

Minnesota Severance Agreement Topics

Severance agreements in Minnesota often include non-compete agreements, non-solicitation provisions, confidentiality clauses, and non-disparagement provisions. They may be further complicated if the employee worked in multiple states or the company operates in multiple states, because of overlapping or conflicting state laws on subjects covered in the severance agreement.

Under Minnesota law, the terminated party (employee) has a period of time to consider the agreement before making a decision. Further, a severance agreement cannot waive certain employee rights or claims, because statutory law supersedes what parties may write in their severance agreements.

Deep Experience in Severance Agreements

Aaron Hall is experienced representing employers, employees, and independent contractors in the termination of employment, whether through employee misconduct, at will employment, breach of contract, or other circumstances involving lawful termination.

Aaron is experienced in wide variety of industries including accommodations, accounting, advertising, aerospace, agriculture & agribusiness, air transportation, apparel & accessories, auto, banking, beauty & cosmetics, biotechnology, chemical, communications, computer, construction, consulting, consumer products, education, electronics, employment, energy, entertainment & recreation, fashion, financial services, food & beverage, health, information, information technology, legal services, manufacturing, media & broadcasting, medical devices & supplies, motion pictures & video, music, pharmaceutical, public administration, publishing, real estate, retail, service, sports, technology, telecommunications, transportation, travel, and web services.

Aaron is experienced practicing in the Minnesota Supreme Court and federal district court. He is admitted to practice before U.S. Federal District Court in the District of Minnesota, the Minnesota Supreme Court, the Minnesota Court of Appeals, Minnesota District Court, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and the Internal Revenue Service.

Minnesota & U.S. Employment Laws

Severance agreements in Minnesota incorporate federal labor laws, state employment statutes, contract law, common law, and Minnesota employment regulations.

Minnesota state employment laws include the Minnesota Fair Labor Standards Act (MFLSA), the Minnesota Child Labor Act (MCLA), the Minnesota Parental Leave Act (MPLA), and the and the Minnesota Prevailing Wages Act (MPWA).

Federal employment laws include the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) (minimum wage and overtime pay), Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) (pregnancy and medical leave), Consumer Credit Protection Act (wage garnishment), Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 (ADEA) (age based discrimination for 40 years old and older), Title I and Title V of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) (discrimination against disabled individuals), Sections 501 and 505 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (discrimination against the disabled federal jobs), Title II of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 (GINA) (genetic information discrimination), Employee Retirement Income Security Act (employee benefit plans), Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII), (discrimination ‘based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin), the Equal Pay Act of 1963 (EPA) (sex-based wage discrimination), Civil Rights Act of 1991 (monetary damages for intentional discrimination), and Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC).

Get Help from a Minnesota Severance Lawyer

Aaron is happy to analyze severance agreements and advise clients on their legal rights and options.

Minnesota Severance Review & Negotiation

When you are presented with a severance agreement from your Minnesota employer, it can be confusing to know what, exactly, they are asking you to sign.  It is a good idea to have any Minnesota severance agreement reviewed by an experienced Minnesota employment attorney before agreeing to it without requesting changes. Our Minnesota severance lawyers are skilled attorneys with years of experience in severance agreements.  They can help review and negotiate your severance documents to protect your rights while ensuring the best benefit to you. We have received several awards and accolades from our peers and have been included in several lists as some of the best employment lawyers. Since 2006, our lawyers have been included in the Super Lawyers List for Employment Law and Super Lawyers Rising Stars for Employment Law. We were named as an Employment Law Firm of the Year by Corporate Intl Magazine for 2010 and 2012, named AI Business Team Excellence Award for 2015 Employment Attorney of the Year in New Jersey and been included in the Top 40 under 40 Lawyers listing. Our Minnesota attorneys experience and skill will allow you to understand your Minnesota severance agreement completely and give you the peace of mind that you are receiving everything that you can in severance.

Our Minnesota Severance Lawyers Serve the Following Communities Below:

  • MinnesotaAnoka County
  • Becker County
  • Beltrami County
  • Benton County
  • Big Stone County
  • Blue Earth County
  • Brown County
  • Carlton County
  • Carver County
  • Cass County
  • Chippewa County
  • Chisago County
  • Clay County
  • Clearwater County
  • Cook County
  • Cottonwood County
  • Crow Wing County
  • Dakota County
  • Dodge County
  • Douglas County  
  • Faribault County
  • Fillmore County
  • Freeborn County
  • Goodhue County
  • Grant County
  • Hennepin County
  • Houston County
  • Hubbard County
  • Isanti County
  • Itasca County  
  • Jackson County
  • Kanabec County
  • Kandiyohi County
  • Kittson County
  • Koochiching County
  • Lac qui Parle County
  • Lake County
  • Lake of the Woods County
  • Le Sueur County
  • Lincoln County
  • Lyon County
  • Mahnomen County
  • Marshall County
  • Martin County
  • McLeod County
  • Meeker County
  • Mille Lacs County
  • Morrison County
  • Mower County
  • Murray County  
  • Nicollet County
  • Nobles County
  • Norman County
  • Olmsted County
  • Otter Tail County  
  • Pennington County
  • Pine County
  • Pipestone County
  • Polk County
  • Pope County
  • Ramsey County
  • Red Lake County
  • Redwood County
  • Renville County
  • Rice County
  • Rock County
  • Roseau County
  • Scott County
  • Sherburne County
  • Sibley County
  • St. Louis County
  • Stearns County
  • Steele County
  • Stevens County
  • Swift County
  • Todd County
  • Traverse County  
  • Wabasha County
  • Wadena County
  • Waseca County
  • Washington County
  • Watonwan County
  • Wilkin County
  • Winona County
  • Wright County  
  • Yellow Medicine County
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