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Broker and Sales Representative Agreements

Organizations often engage the services of third parties such as brokers or sales reprentatives to bring their products to market quickly and efficiently. Once the terms have been negotiated and agreed upon, they need to be put in writing. Our firm can help draft these agreements to protect the interests of the organization.

Halpern & Scrom PLLC provides broker and sales representative agreements using up-to-date language that clearly defines the relationship’s parameters. We ensure the required compliance language is included in all new agreements. We review and revise current agreements to ensure legal compliance and mitigate risks by ensuring that the proper indemnification and hold harmless language is included.

We assist in commission structures and provide the required statutory provisions on earned commissions. In carefully crafting these agreements, we ensure that broker and sales representative agreements offer all the protections necessary for an organization to safely and efficiently use a third party in marketing their goods or services.

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