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Business Best Practices for 2020

As you look forward to the year ahead, you should be taking the time to evaluate your existing systems and processes. This is particularly important if you have not updated your HR policies within the last year and are not keeping up with the changes in NJ law as they apply to your business and your employees. Beware, there have been and are going to be a lot of big changes in the rules that govern how you employ and manage your workers.

SB 4204: Changing the Way Independent Contractors Can Work In New Jersey.

Making it harder to use or be an independent contractor in New Jersey.

Senate Bill 4204, that changes the standard for how New Jersey will classify independent contractors, is barreling towards the finish line. This Bill, sponsored by Senator Sweeney, moves the classification analysis away from the "ABC" test that has been in place for decades. This Bill is modeled after one signed into law in California.

Franchisee Negotiated A Commercial Lease That Complied With The Franchise Agreement And The Mall Developer's Objectives.

A franchisee was looking to open a new location for their business in a yet-to-be-built strip mall. The negotiating parties would include the developer, franchisor, and franchisee. The franchise agreement stipulated what types of businesses could be adjacent to the client's business. The franchisee and franchisor also wanted the developer to provide environmental testing and indemnification defense to environmental issues after the testing.

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