Whether you just landed your dream job or were recently terminated, the question, "Do I need my own counsel when negotiating executive compensation," will arise. It is possible that your new or soon-to-be former employer will say that their counsel is perfectly capable of handling your employment or severance documents and negotiations, but at the end of the day your interests will not be at the forefront unless you retain your own counsel.
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