Negotiating business contracts for services with independent contractors is very much different from negotiating contract agreements for goods, services and products. Unlike the sale of goods, part of what you’re buying or getting with an independent contractor agreement includes intangible things such as reliability, how you get along with one another and cooperation, experience, quality of service, reputation, etc.
Small business owners all too often make contract negotiation mistakes when bargaining or negotiating for services with independent contractors because they are focused on two things: price and product. Keep in mind that in addition to purchasing the actual service or product, you are also negotiating the payment structure and production process and other important aspects of the business relationship. A New Jersey business lawyer or contract attorney can help you draft and negotiate business agreements that will achieve your goals, protect your interest, and incentivize cooperation between the parties.
Negotiating Independent Contractor Agreements
When negotiating independent contractor agreements, it’s important to look toward the future for what your business needs might be so today you can negotiate the best agreement with the independent contractor. Thinking about your independent contractor agreement as the beginning of a relationship instead of just a single transaction can be very helpful in many cases. It’s also a good idea to get a business lawyer’s advice and to keep these principles in mind during contract negotiation.
Andrew S. Bosin is an experienced leading business lawyer who can draft and negotiate your business or company’s independent contractor agreements in New Jersey. Before drafting or signing an independent contractor agreement it is critical that you consult with a lawyer or contract a business attorney to review, explain and discuss the agreement with you.
The Law Offices of Andrew S. Bosin LLC with a nationwide legal practice representing business owners, entrepreneurs and employees all across the United States successfully drafts, reviews, revises, structures and negotiates the terms of both employment agreements and independent contractor agreements.
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