Iowa Breach of Contract Attorneys | Contract Dispute Lawyers, Iowa

Iowa Breach of Contract Attorneys | Contract Dispute Lawyers, Iowa

When you take your breach of contract case to O'Flaherty Law, our Iowa contract dispute lawyers will ensure your labor rights are upheld.

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Iowa Non Compete Laws

Adding employees and hiring independent contractors is great; it means your business is growing! However, each new employee is a potential source of conflict.

Our Iowa contract dispute lawyers outline the basics of Iowa non compete agreements in the following article so you know how to handle these potential points of tension. A summary of their content is below, but make sure to follow the link if you are working through a non compete issue in Iowa.

The Supreme Court of Iowa has established a three-pronged set of guidelines to use when determining the validity of a non-compete clause and to evaluate cases brought forward by businesses and workers. The three factors as outlined by our Iowa breach of contract attorneys are:

  1. Necessary for the protection of the employer’s business;
  2. Does not restrict the employee’s rights, within reason; and
  3. Not prejudicial to the public interest

In this video, contract attorneys from O'Flaherty Law discuss non compete laws in Iowa.

Employee & Independent Contractor Clauses in Iowa

When you read the following article by the Iowa breach of contract dispute attorneys of O'Flaherty Law, you'll know some of the most important clauses that Iowa businesses should include in their employment contracts and independent contractor agreements.

Every industry in Iowa will have its own expectations and guidelines, but below you’ll find clauses that should be included in nearly every contract regardless of the industry.

Read more from our Iowa breach of contract lawyers on clauses to include in employee and independent contractor agreements.

In this video, our Iowa breach of contract attorneys discuss important clauses that employers should include in Iowa employee contracts and independent contractor agreements.

How Much Time Do You Have to Leave a Contract in Iowa?

Here, our Iowa breach of contract attorneys discuss canceling a contract after it’s been signed, the FTC’s “three-day rule,” and how the ability to cancel depends on the industry or item being sold. We discuss different types of contracts including club contracts, business opportunities and franchises, funeral service contracts, campground membership contracts, timeshare contracts, and many more.

In this video, our Iowa breach of contract attorneys discuss important clauses that employers should include in Iowa employee contracts and independent contractor agreements.

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