It has been a difficult year for everyone, especially in terms of finances. Businesses across the world had to close their offices, if not shift to remote work status. TIME magazine called it the “world’s largest work from home experiment.” Despite experiencing drastic changes in the workplace structure, 2020 has proven that remote work is […]
Whether you’re a multi-national corporation or a mom-and-pop shop, you’ll want to have an exculpatory clause in any of your contracts and agreements with clients. At its most basic, an exculpatory clause is a piece of legalese that releases one party (in this case, you and your company) in a contract from blame or liability.