Patrick, Non-compete's are specific by state. In Washington state you can sign all that are put in front of you because they are unenforceable. Around here you can not be restricted from earning a living at your chosen profession. Now, stealing customers or trade secrets are a whole different matter. The contract "as a subcontractor" has to be particularly worded as to responsability for client satisfaction and payment. The prime contractor must assume all responsability and liability to the client. You are simply a provider of goods and services as directed by the primary contractor, payable by the primary contractor. They are your client. Never sign any agreement that you will get paid when the prime gets paid. They have control and may have a major screw up beyond your scope or control. Remember, you -are- your own prime contractor. Act accordingly. Patrick Conner wrote: > > 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? > _______________________________________________ > This is the Consulting on the iSeries / AS400 (Consult400) mailing list > To post a message email: Consult400@midrange.com > To subscribe, unsubscribe, or change list options, > visit: http://lists.midrange.com/cgi-bin/listinfo/consult400 > or email: Consult400firstname.lastname@example.org
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