No. If you’ve been offered an employment contract, it’s always a good idea to have an attorney review it before you sign. Employment contracts usually have clauses on intellectual property, inventions, non-disclosure or non-competition. Contact us for an appointment, and we will explain what your obligations and your employer’s obligations are under the contract. We can also help to negotiate the terms of the contract before you agree to it. If you have already signed the contract, but you think your employer has breached, it isn’t too late to get legal advice. Meet with an employment law attorney from our firm, and we will explain whether there has been a breach, and if so, what your legal remedies may be.