Independent Contractor Agreement

When teaming up on projects (real estate or no) many companies will decide that an individual is an independent contractor rather than an employee.  Beware – just calling someone an independent contractor does not make them so and the IRS and Department of Labor have been known to reclassify individuals resulting in large costs to employers.  At common law, more than 20 factors determine whether an individual is an employee or an independent contractor and navigating these rules correctly is extremely important to keeping your business compliant.

The attorneys at Long Law Group have the necessary background to assist you in determining the best path forward for your projects.  From making the decision whether an individual is an employee or independent contractor to drafting agreements that protect your client lists and provide indemnifications, the attorneys at Long Law Group can assist in getting the best agreements drafted and in place. 

If you have questions or would like to discuss your project further, give the attorneys a call at 720-922-1120 or