As an employer, it is important that your business contracts meet the purpose for which they are intended. This may include contracts with independent contractors, employees, clients, or vendors. A contract helps ensure you receive the bargain for which you contracted. Contracts can exist even where there is nothing in writing. It is important to understand what you are contracting for, how it is written, and whether or not it is enforceable. Contact one of our attorneys to discuss your existing employment contracts, or for future contract needs.
As an employee or independent contractor you may be asked to sign a contract before beginning or continuing employment. It is vital for you to understand what exactly you are contracting for and that you do not sign something to which you did not verbally agree. Contact one of our attorneys before signing a contract if you have any concerns, or if you do not completely understand it.