Company Management

Diserio Martin attorneys represent numerous clients that influence the management decisions of companies and enterprises. Our clients range from startups to leading regional companies and some of the biggest and best-known global brands in the world. We also represent clients that administer, oversee, and manage direct subsidiaries as well as undertake the strategic or organizational planning and decision-making role of their subsidiaries. Our attorneys are able to assume various roles for clients, from negotiating contracts (including employment, joint venture, distribution and lease agreements) to advising on corporate structure (including entity formations) to counseling on general governance issues. We partner with our clients, wherever they do business, to find solutions and manage risk in relation to their employment, organization and legal challenges and objectives.

We provide advice and counseling on the following matters:

  • Employee agreements

  • Policies

  • Expansions or reductions-in-force

  • Stock option and equity agreements

  • Intellectual property

  • Mergers and acquisitions

  • Litigation

  • Commercial real estate

  • General corporate

Representative Matters

  • Successfully defended a large retailing concern against claims of sexual harassment brought by the company’s Controller before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”).

  • Successfully defended an insurance broker being sued by her former employer, a large international insurance brokerage, for alleged violation of non-competition and non-solicitation covenants.

  • Obtained a dismissal by the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities of a disability discrimination claim brought against a national telecommunications concern by one of its store managers.

  • Obtained summary judgment for employer in employment discrimination case where employee claimed he was terminated based on his religion.

  • Represented ownership in sale of leading paper brokerage business to international trading company.

  • Represented purchaser in acquisition of financial services software companies.