The classification of employees as individual, independent contractors has added legal obligations and tax responsibilities therefore requiring prompt legal advice at every stage of employment. Accutor AG offers legal services to individual Contractors from a broad spectrum of areas and services . Be it immigration, taxation, contracts or contractual dispute, our team of qualified legal professionals ensure quick, hassle-free and cost effective legal services to independent contractors.
As one of the quintessential parts of any employment, the creation of contracts, its implementation and execution is crucial at every stage. The reason being that the expectations of parties can change over a period of time and deliverables are actualized across jurisdiction. Additionally, it requires a great eye for detail, legal research? and practical knowledge.
Accutor provides proactive and methodical management of contracts coupled with in depth analysis from the beginning to completion as well as at the renewal stage. Click here to find out more about the Contract Management services available for individual Contractors
In case of discrepancy between the Contractor and the agency or the client, Accutor, in its role as a third party facilitator assists in the peaceful resolution of disputes through meaningful negotiation and mediation on the terms that are acceptable to both the parties to contract. This helps save litigation costs, besides providing an effective and speedy solution for dispute resolution.
Employment and Labor laws: Every aspect of the labour laws pertaining to hiring of independent contractors, their rights, obligations are studied. Ensuring legal compliance and advice in matters related to tax and payroll are some of the other functions.
International Law: With operations in over 60 countries, the Legal team is well placed to provide sound advice in legal matters governing International shores
Immigration and Employment: Relocation services and assistance relating to Immigration, visa and employment permit
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Of Disputes Can Be Settled By ADR (*ADR Practitioners Survey, UK)