Independent Contractor Agreement




An independent contractor agreement is a document that an employer uses to hire a freelancer for a specific job. By extension, it distinguishes the independent contractor from an employee of the business for legal and tax purposes.

The agreement lays out the details of the job, from the service provided and the work term length to how the independent contractor will be paid. As with any employment contract, independent contractors are also limited by specific clauses to protect the employer, including where applicable:

Non-solicitation agreements

Non-disclosure agreements

Non-compete agreements

Additionally, there is a clause in the agreement that determines intellectual property/copyright ownership (on behalf of either the contractor or employer) for any original work the independent contractor produces, along with resolution methods for any legal disputes.

We will create an iron-clad independent contractor agreement.


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