Review Employment Agreement in New Jersey

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Service type
Review
Document type
Employment Agreement
Location
New Jersey
Client type
Personal
Client industry
-
Deadline
Less than a week
Pricing Range
$475 - $750 (Flat fee)
Number of Bids
4 bids
Pages
5-10 pages

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Forum Questions About Employment Agreement

Employment Agreement

Wyoming

Asked on Mar 3, 2021

I do not reside in USA. I have registered an LLC in wyoming state. I want to hire couple of employees in usa. Can I give them signing authority to sign any legal documents like I-9, W9, Any immigration forms etc. If so how to do it.

I do not reside in USA. I have registered an LLC in wyoming state. I want to hire couple of employees in usa. Can I give them signing authority to sign any legal documents like I-9, W9, Any immigration forms etc. If so how to do it.

Kristen R.

Answered Mar 3, 2021

Individuals who can sign the employer's side of an I-9 document are any authorized representative of the company. The DHS does not require the representative to have a specific agreement authorizing them to do so. Your company would be held liable for any violations. The person who signs a W9 must be a "U.S. person." That means that the signer must be an individual who is a U.S. citizen or a U.S. resident alien. The signer should have the organization's consent to sign a W9 on its behalf, but consent can be oral or implied. There is no requirement that a company create a written authorization to sign a W9.

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Employment Agreement

Iowa

Asked on Mar 3, 2021

My wife & I thought we had a contract from her employer to buy A dental practice after working for them for three years. We now were forced to sign a contract with the people that bought him out to continue working for them so they can get 10x EBITA when they sell shortly. Do we have a case for lost wages?

We moved from 30 miles away because we were told if we worked for 3 years we could buy it for $525,000. They now want $2.5M.

Melissa L.

Answered Mar 3, 2021

The first question is do you have a fully executed written contract? This is the first step to determine the terms and conditions such as your wages if there is a breach of contract, the dentist being able to assign the contract and if it can be modified.

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