Independent Contractor Agreement
Independent contractor agreements are an essential part of doing business, both for contractors and those who hire them. Define the scope of service, payment schedules, and other expectations so that everyone is on the same page from the start. Our independent contractor agreements will protect you and your business by providing:
- Nondisclosure Agreements and Confidentiality Clauses to protect your company’s trade secrets and other proprietary information.
- Clauses to Limit Your Liability in case of disagreements.
- Clear Assignment of Intellectual Property Rights so that your contractor can’t claim ownership of your work product.
- Provisions Reducing the Chance that the Contractor could be Reclassified as an Employee
- Indemnification Agreements to protect your business’s assets and reputation should there be any accidents or mishaps during the project.
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.
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How to Get started
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Frequently Asked Questions
2. What is the legal definition of an independent contractor under Florida law?
3. How can a business know if an individual is an employee or an independent contractor?
4. What characteristics separate an independent contractor from an employee?