The subrate percentage around here is from 15% to 20%, depending on
the risk.

I don't have any experience with noncompetes, but one word of advice I've
heard is to try not to limit it to the company level, but the departmental
level.  Some of the companies around are huge and you don't want to
get locked out of an opportunity unnecessarily.

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Steven Keil
Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer
Master Certified NetWare Engineer
IBM Certified AS/400 Integrator
Aaron & Hur, Inc.
5600 Cardinal Dr. Orient, OH 43146 USA
614-877-6900   614-877-3929 fax
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Patrick Conner" <pwconner@charter.net>
To: <consult400@midrange.com>
Sent: Friday, August 17, 2001 5:44 PM
Subject: [Consult400] contracts


> Recently I started a corporation. I want to design two types
> of contracts. On where I work directly with a client and
> another where I will be subcontracted. On the subcontracted
> one I want it designed so that I work for a percentage of
> the final client's rate. Any examples will be appreciated.
> 
> Also, what is the normal time for a non-compete clause?
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