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In addition, majority of the local Artisan Miners who are currently mining on the properties signed Independent Contractor agreements with AEXE to mine the existing 20 tunnels on AEXE's property.
For instance, if you have an independent contractor agreement that is exclusive of that person's time, and pretty much forbids them from working for any other group, then you can almost come to the quick conclusion that that person isn't able to go and contract with someone else.
A recipient of the 2011 Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce Pinnacle Small Entrepreneurial Business award, the firm's principal practice areas include: acquisitions and mergers, buy-sell agreements, computer software contracts, consulting agreements, corporate succession planning, employment contracts, estate planning, wills and trusts, executive compensation arrangements, financing, franchising, incorporations, independent contractor agreements, joint ventures and partnerships, license agreements, lease agreements, and royalty agreements for U.
When all the factors are considered and weighed, we can conclude only that the parties entered into an independent contractor agreement and conducted themselves accordingly" (Varisco v.
These include nondisclosure agreements (NDAs), proprietary information agreements and independent contractor agreements.
The book includes a CD-ROM containing forms, references and sample documents, such as corporate bylaws; human resources materials; IRS forms; and nondisclosure, shareholder and independent contractor agreements.
Some independent contractor agreements were with relatives of administrators and members of the Governing Board or with former board members, often for tens of thousands of dollars," the team reported.
He now changes hats and the independent contractor agreement comes into play,'' said Abraham's personal attorney, Chuck Greaves.