Law Offices of
Jotham S. Stein P.C.

With law offices in Silicon Valley and Chicago, the Law Offices of Jotham S. Stein P.C. provides extensive experience to both individuals and companies.

Executives, entrepreneurs, founders, investors, shareholders, venture capitalists and employees regularly seek out the Law Offices of Jotham S. Stein P.C. for its experience and advice. So too do businesses, ranging in size from one or two person LLCs to publicly traded companies. The Law Offices of Jotham S. Stein P.C. frequently represents clients during complicated, multi-million dollar business negotiations and in complex, high-stake litigation matters.

Firm principal, Jotham S. Stein, has experience negotiating a wide variety of transactions and litigating an array of diverse cases. Mr. Stein's book, Executive Employment Law: Protecting Executives, Entrepreneurs and Employees, which was published by Oxford University Press, chronicles his experience in some of these areas.

Jotham Stein, Atorney & Author

About Jotham

Jotham S. Stein is as comfortable negotiating in the board room as litigating in the courtroom. Mr. Stein's business experience extends to deals of all sizes, from transactions valued at less than one hundred thousand dollars to those valued at more than one hundred million dollars. He has also negotiated (or counseled clients during the negotiation of) hundreds of employment-related agreements. In addition, Mr. Stein has litigated cases against some of the largest companies in America.





Executive Employment Law, Must Read Book!

In June 2011, Oxford University Press published Executive Employment Law: Protecting Executives, Entrepreneurs and Employees by Jotham S. Stein. This comprehensive text provides practitioners and business executives and entrepreneurs with a working knowledge of executive employment negotiations and the laws governing executive employment. The book addresses strategies for negotiating employment contracts, separation (termination) agreements, non-compete agreements, equity contracts and much more. Click here to visit the book's website.