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Florida llc wants 3 draft standard agreements reviewed. 1

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Florida llc wants 3 draft standard agreements reviewed.

1 subcontractor agreement
2. Subcontractor work order
3. Non-disclosure agreement

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*Due to rules of your state bar or mine, nothing herein is intended as legal advice, only intended as general information to better help yourself.*

WebLaw :

I am a Florida attorney. What you mean by "standard" agreement? What fee are you offering for the review of each agreement? Do you understand I can only give you legal information and not advice on this forum?

Customer: I'd like to email you the drafts and have you tell me what you would charge to review and comment on them.
WebLaw :

You can post the documents on a free file sharing site such as mediafire.com

Customer: I would prefer to email them to you directly
WebLaw :

that is against site rules

Customer: 12 pages in total for the 3 docs
Customer: Will put them up soon on media fire.
Customer: The LLC is in Clay County. Where do you practice?
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Perhaps you can accept each helpful comment and leave a bonus for each. If you are subscriber you can accept each answer individually at no additional cost beyond your monthly payment. I practice in Broward

Customer: http://www.mediafire.com/?u1bgshwhfkiahwo
Customer: http://www.mediafire.com/?4128xarb383kfow
Customer: http://www.mediafire.com/?25q3631adsa1xdg
WebLaw :

I got the links. I will respond shortly

In the independent contractors agreement:

Paragraph 1 – consider an indemnification in the event company suffers any losses as a violation of this paragraph

Paragraph 3 – consider an indemnification in the event company suffers any loss as a result of the IRS construing this is an employer-employee relationship


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In paragraphs 6 and 7 –
consider language expanding/defining the scope of "indirectly"
In paragraph 8 – clarify at whose expense the property will be returned

In paragraph 12– consider a requirement that persons hired by the independent contractor be bound by the provisions of this contract and that independent contractor will indemnify and hold harmless the Company for any violations or liabilities resulting from such persons actions
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Paragraph 16 – consider rewriting this paragraph to include a more broad indemnification

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