What are My Rights if My Contract is Wrongfully Terminated?

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By Chase B. Ames [email protected] 801-365-1022 People commonly associate “wrongful termination” with employment contracts. However, any contract is susceptible to wrongful termination. Depending on the type of contract and the facts of your circumstances, your remedy may vary. A wrongful termination of a contract is a termination of the contract without lawful justification. For example, Read More

Construction Subcontracts 101

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As a subcontractor, you probably review A LOT of construction contracts handed to you by general contractors.  Here are a few tips for your next contract review. Bare Necessities.  If a general contractor hands you a 30-page contract to sign, you can bet that it’s not full of provisions to protect your interests as a Read More

Do Freight Brokers Have to Pay Workers’ Compensation to Non-Employees?

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Freight brokers, like any other employer, are generally only liable for their own employees for workers’ compensation purposes. However, what if a freight broker contracts with a motor carrier to transport goods, the motor carrier does not carry workers’ compensation insurance, and the motor carrier’s driver is injured on the job? Can the freight broker Read More