Stock Option Attorneys in Minneapolis
The law prohibits employers from failing to provide stock options when they are promised or guaranteed to employees as part of their employment.
Stock Option Details
Generally, employers are not required to provide stock options as part of employee compensation. However, if the company provides stock options as part of the compensation package, and an employee performs the work necessary to earn the options, certain legal claims can arise if the employer refuses to pay out the options or alters the payment after the work has been completed.
If you believe your employer has failed to pay required stock options, you may have a legal claim.
Contact our lawyers today by calling (877) 344-4628 to discuss your potential claims.
Examples of Stock Option Issues
Examples of potential claims regarding stock options include:
- Your employment contract includes a payment of stock options but your employer refuses to provide the stock options.
- Your employer unilaterally alters the payment of stock options after you performed the work necessary to earn the options.
- Your employer refuses to pay the value of the options after you separate from the company.
The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation.
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