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Independent Contractor Agreement



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What's Included:


  • Scope of Work
  • Manner of Services
  • Change or Addition of Services
  • Compensation
  • Timeline
  • Reporting Requirements
  • Equipment
  • Expenses
  • Insurance
  • General Behavior Standard
  • Independent Contractor Relationship
  • Compliance + Authorization
  • Tax Obligations
  • Confidentiality
  • Work Product
  • Original Work Product
  • Our Intellectual Property
  • Publicity + Social Media Sharing
  • Non-Disparagement
  • Non-Solicitation
  • Competition
  • Termination
  • Indemification
  • Limitation of Liability
  • Dispute Resolution + Prevailing Party
  • Subcontractos and Contractor's Employees
  • Forxe Majeure

This Independent Contractor Agreement has been drafted to allow for use with most types of independent contractors. The statement of work should be used to define the scope of services that the specific independent contractor is to provide. However, before using this agreement, you should ensure that the individual or entity you are hiring falls into the classification of an “independent contractor” under the law. For more information, see:


Disclaimer: While these contract templates are drafted in collaboration with an attorney, they are intended for educational and informational purposes only and do not constitute legal advice. These contract templates should not be used as a substitute for an attorney or a law firm, and we highly recommend that you have an attorney in the state that you live review these agreements to ensure they are suitable for your use. These templates have been drafted in accordance with general United States principles of contract law and are designed for those doing business in the United States. However, to ensure that the templates are suitable for the specific state that you are based in, you should consult with a lawyer qualified in your jurisdiction. Using these contract templates does not in any way create a client-attorney relationship with Alyce Zawacki or Alyce Zawacki Law, PLLC.