Business Docx: Non-Disclosure Agreement (Unilateral)
A unilateral NDA is often appropriate when a business hires a consultant or another service provider and will have access to trade secrets or other confidential and essential business information. Putting a unilateral NDA in place can help your client have confidence in trusting another individual or entity with very important information through reassurances and recourse against disclosure.
Employment Classification in the Gig Economy
Uber's history of playing fast and loose with employment classifications might have caught up with it. Read this article for some caveats on employee v independent contractor classification in the gig economy.Learn More
Employee or Independent Contractor? Avoid “Victimizing” Your Workers
Learn about the Department of Labor's "Misclassification Initiative" and its impact on small business owners.Learn More
Proposed Repeal of the Affordable Care Act: How Will Small Businesses Fare
Learn what President-elect Donald Trump's inevitable repeal/replace of the Affordable Care Act a.k.a. Obamacare mean for small business owners in 2017.Learn More