Employment Agreement (Hourly)
Our hourly employment agreement is the perfect way to bring new talent to your company without the stress or confusion that comes with verbal agreements. Having one helps to secure your company’s intellectual property, proprietary information, and trade secrets with nondisclosure and noncompete provisions. It’s a good safeguard against personal liability, too. Our hourly employment agreements cover:
- Tax and securities law considerations
- Financial provisions
- Hourly wage
- Equity grants
- Employee benefits and prerequisites
- Non-financial provisions
- Title, duties, reporting, work location
- Agreement term
- Other provisions, such as governing law, dispute resolution, and indemnification
This is a no-obligation order. No payment information required. Our Attorney reviewes each request to ensure we do not have a conflict of interest with any other client before accepting any new client. Prices are our good faith estimates base on projects we have completed in the past. We reserve the right to decline any project for any reason. No Attorney-Client relationship is formed until we have a written agreement any client indiciating as such.
FL Patel Law has helped me start my business and served as a wonderful reference to lean on when any legal manner or council and/or general advice was needed. There has always been multiple options put forward with pros and cons of each business decisions given. Kalpesh and his team are trustworthy and reliable. I like that I can shoot him an email and get a prompt response. Highly recommended. I’m glad they are on my team.
I used Kal instead of Legal Zoom for a LLC formation. I will never use Legal Zoom again. Thorough, personal service, Kal answers all your questions and, most importantly, asks you questions that you probably did not think about. It is important to get it right from the beginning.
Kal is professional, organized, friendly and is a wealth of knowledge for a start-up business. He helped me figure out how to launch my product the RIGHT way. He had step-by-step advice on how to take it from a prototype to selling it online. He also had advice on patent research and knew where to send me for SBA loans. I would highly recommend him as a business attorney. It’s better to have help at the beginning to make sure you do it right!