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- How to Write a Business-to-Business Contract in Ontario
When you’re starting a new business, you always want to have a legally binding contract in place with your clients. While contracts are often overlooked until the last minute in favour of more exciting aspects of launching a business such as marketing strategy, website design, and branding, contract … Read more »
- What Are the Different Types of Contracts?
Contracts come in all shapes and sizes and will vary greatly based on the industry the agreement is taking place within, the types of parties involved (such as between corporations or individuals, employees and employers, a business and the general public) and ultimately the amount of money at stake … Read more »
- What to Include in a Business Service Contract in Ontario?
Protect your Ontario business with a solid Service Contract How many clients do you expect will hire you in the next year? What about the next five years? Each time you enter into an agreement for services with your clients you assume new obligations and therefore new financial liabilities for your … Read more »
- What is the difference between an employee and independent contractor in Ontario?
Business owners often want to characterize their staff members as independent contractors to avoid the hassle of having to deal with the legal requirements governing employment relationships. In Ontario, this includes making statutory withholdings from the employees pay and following Ontario’s Emplo … Read more »
- What to Include in a Legally Binding Ontario Employment Contract?
Human capital can be one of the most valuable assets of a business. However, your employees can quickly become an expensive liability without properly drafted Ontario employment agreements. This blog post will cover some of the essential terms to include in your Ontario employment contract template … Read more »