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Why is proper worker classification important?

Today's workforce is more diverse than ever, not just in terms of worker characteristics, but also in terms of job roles and functions. For instance, in today's economy, fewer workers are employees; more are working in independent contracting or freelancing capabilities.

Don't let bad judgment make business disputes worse

"It's not personal, it's business." This is a common phrase people hear or say when business owners must make difficult decisions that will likely make some people unhappy. However, when it comes to small or medium-sized businesses, it can be all but impossible to separate the personal element from the business element.

Do we have a contract?

Contracts are the backbone of business relationships. Business owners have contracts with partners, employees, vendors and sometimes customers. And these agreements are the tools that define expectations, establish rules for the relationship and protect parties from certain types of conduct.

Handling business disputes when they involve family

Many businesses across New Mexico are family businesses. Even if they didn't start that way, business owners might hire family as time goes by. There are numerous benefits to working with family, like supporting each other and sharing in the success of a company.

Understanding clawback provisions in employment contracts

Signing an employment contract is not unusual, particularly for executives and employees at large companies. These contracts can include a wealth of complex clauses and provisions, and it is crucial that they be two things in particular: enforceable and understood by the party signing them. 

What happens when a party breaches a contract in Arizona?

Whether you own a business or partner with a business, you likely have in place contracts that dictate the roles and obligations of your relationship. These agreements can be critical in preventing and resolving disputes, but only when parties comply with them.

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