Agreements with Third Parties

Our attorneys can assist your organization by: 

  • Preparing agreements between you and your brokers, sales representatives, contractors, and vendors.
  • Reviewing service agreements to better manage your broker, sales representative, contractor, and vendor relationships.
Vendor Agreements
Broker and Sales Representative Agreements
Independent Contractor Agreements

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