Review Employment Agreement in New Jersey

How much does it cost to review a Employment Agreement in New Jersey? Below are summary details about a user that needed to review an Employment Agreement in New Jersey. This cost data comes directly from ContractsCounsel's online marketplace. The user received 4 bids to review the Employment Agreement at a pricing range of $475 - $750 on a flat fee. The data includes project specifications and Employment Agreement pricing. To review more pricing data, visit Employment Agreement pricing.
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

New York

Asked on Mar 3, 2021

In-House Counsel hired as an independent contractor - Seeking clarification on indemnity insurance

Hi I am an attorney barred in New York, and I recently started as in-house counsel for tech start up. They have hired me as an independent contractor and I am seeking clarification as to whether this can be done and also what the appropriate indemnity insurance should be for me. I hope someone can assist. Thanks! Christina Chelliah

Erdal T.

Answered Mar 3, 2021

I would have to see the employment agreement/contract. Also, if you have a job description with duties, responsibilities, in-office/hybrid/WFH requirements, reporting requirements, etc that would help.

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Employment Agreement

Florida

Asked on Mar 3, 2021

Can a company keep an independent contractor's equipment and supplies after mutually severing ties?

I'm an independent contractor and have mutually severed ties with the owner of the company I contracted with. She said I could retrieve my belongings this past Tuesday at 2pm. Before I could do so she asked for more time to gather my items and have them ready for pick up in the front lobby. I asked why I couldn't just come get the stuff I could be done w/in an hour and she replied she had some accounting to do. Yesterday Thursday I said I wanted to come get my stuff Friday as I've given her plenty of time. She said I could pick up today at 3:15 as long as I pay her $180 that she claims I owe. First I've heard of this charge and completely dispute it. Now she is saying she is keeping my stuff in lieu of payment. I spoke with county sheriff's office who will provide an escort to retrieve my things. It's work related and her keeping the items is preventing me from working. Does she have any right to withhold my property? Just to be clear I'm not an employee.

Donya G.

Answered Mar 3, 2021

This depends on what was agreed to by the parties in the contract. If the contract is silent, did the parties have an understanding as to what would happen? It would be beneficial to have your agreement reviewed by an attorney and advise you on next steps. I can assist you with that review and advise. You can connect with me through the website. Donya Gordon

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