Limiting Liability in Staffing Agency Agreements: Defining Key Provisions and Avoiding Risks
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide guidance to business counsel on how to navigate staffing agency agreements to limit liability by focusing on key contract clauses and best practices for due diligence and mitigating risks. The panel will discuss the provisions regarding parties' rights and responsibilities, indemnification, confidentiality, noncompetes, termination, insurance, and other risk allocation issues.
- Overview of staffing agency agreements
- Staffing agency duties and responsibilities
- Negotiating key contract provisions
- Indemnification and limits of liability
- Confidentiality breaches
- Noncompetes and governing law
- Insurance and other risk allocation issues
- Best practices for risk mitigation
The panel will review these and other issues:
- What are the key contract provisions when negotiating staffing agency agreements?
- What are the most disputed provisions and effective tactics for resolving them?
- What steps should counsel take to avoid risks in staffing agency agreements?
Joseph B. Allen
Willcox & Savage
Mr. Allen is a corporate transactional attorney who concentrates his practice on M&A transactions, private... | Read More
Mr. Allen is a corporate transactional attorney who concentrates his practice on M&A transactions, private placement transactions (both as issuer’s counsel and as counsel to venture capital firms, family offices, and angel investors), corporate and LLC governance and reorganizations, joint venture transactions, and complex commercial transactions in the areas of software licensing, industrial equipment sales, and significant supply, reseller, and distribution agreements.Close
David A. Kushner
Partner; Chair of Labor and Employment Section
Willcox & Savage
Mr. Kushner advises and represents businesses and municipalities in all aspects of the employment relationship,... | Read More
Mr. Kushner advises and represents businesses and municipalities in all aspects of the employment relationship, including equal employment opportunity, civil rights litigation, wage and hour law, trade secret litigation, non-compete litigation, defamation litigation, employment policy consultation and drafting, drafting of employment agreements, and lawful documentation of the employment relationship. Although he is a seasoned litigator, Mr. Kushner has a passion for advising clients on how to achieve their goals while avoiding litigation altogether. As part of his litigation-avoidance practice, he assists clients in navigating difficult employee terminations, investigating allegations of harassment, discrimination or retaliation, responding to ADA accommodation and FMLA requests in a manner that is lawful but limits business hardship, and responding to numerous other issues that arise regarding employment.Close
Cher E. Wynkoop
Member; Leader Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Practice
Willcox & Savage
Ms. Wynkoop has extensive experience designing, implementing and maintaining complex employee benefits... | Read More
Ms. Wynkoop has extensive experience designing, implementing and maintaining complex employee benefits programs, including retirement, health and welfare, equity and executive and deferred compensation programs, and employment and severance plans and agreements, including analysis of the impact of Code Sections 409A, 280G and 162(m). She also regularly counsels clients on complicated ERISA issues related to mergers, acquisitions, defined pension plans, cash balance plans, collective bargaining agreements and retiree health plans. Ms. Wynkoop advises clients on many facets of the Affordable Care Act, wellness programming, HIPAA and HITECH requirements. Cher’s clients include for-profit, tax-exempt entities and governmental entities.Close