Software Development Agreement – Who Really Owns The Intellectual Property?

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Whether you’re a developer or a client, one of the most important things to cover in your software development agreement is who owns what intellectual property (IP) rights. Surprisingly, most developers and their clients either don’t know or having conflicting views on the subject. Imagine you’re a client that’s just…

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5 Business Consulting Agreement Essentials

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Whether you’re a consultant or looking to retain one for your business, there are some fundamental issues that must be covered your consulting agreement to ensure performance by the other party while reducing your liability exposure if something goes wrong. Here are five key areas that should be covered in…

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Joint-Employer Liability: How To Avoid It As A Business Owner

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As noted by the Wall Street Journal in the editorial “A Joint-Employer McDouble,” both the federal government and class action attorneys are working hard to impose joint-employer liability on franchisors for alleged misconduct by franchisees with regard to employee claims. Business Opportunity Licensors and Joint Liability According to Dallas Internet…

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