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Bill Egan

Avisen Legal PA
Bill Egan has more than 30 years’ experience representing executives, business owners, small-to-midsize public companies and private enterprises as an advisor, counselor and advocate on matters relating to the employment relationship, compensation, human resources and other legal issues arising in the workplace setting.  Informed by years of experience with both routine and unusual employment relationships and workplace situations, Bill brings a pragmatic, realistic and results-oriented perspective to issues arising in the employment relationship and in the workplace.

Bill’s primary practice involves the executive employment relationship. Bill represents both executives and business owners, senior managers and corporate boards on issues relating to executive employment law.  His deep experience includes drafting and enforcement of executive employment agreements, executive compensation, equity plans and related agreements, codes of business conduct, non-compete/non-solicitation agreements, indemnification agreements, retention and change-in-control agreements, long-term incentive plans and awards, bonus and commission plans, and transition and severance issues.

On the Human Resources side, Bill serves as a sounding board and problem-solver for senior management and human resources representatives with difficult employee discipline matters, discharge concerns, non-compete concerns, whistleblower claims, employee theft and other forms of workplace fraud, drug and alcohol issues, sexual harassment and other types of improper workplace misconduct.  Bill also helps his clients navigate the increasingly complex federal and state regulatory environment governing the workplace, ensuring that his clients have implemented best practices in connection with their contracts, documentation, policies, procedures and practices.

Bill also has significant experience in conducting and overseeing internal investigation into allegations of discrimination, sexual harassment, financing report abuse, earnings management, illegal retaliation against whistleblowers and employee fraud such as embezzlement, kickbacks, fake invoicing and expense account abuse.

My Speakers Sessions

Thursday, October 10

1:30pm CDT

Tuesday, October 15

10:15am CDT