By: Kiersten McKoy What is a morals clause? A morals clause generally grants employers the exclusive right to end a contract in the event an employee engages in behavior that may be harmful to the company’s image. Morals clauses are commonly found in employment agreements between companies and high level executives or throughout the entertainment
By: Leah Norod and Jaclyn Sayegh In business, change is inevitable. This is especially true for businesses that involve multiple interest- holders, each with his or her ownership interests, business responsibilities, and personal lives. For this reason, it’s important for companies to prepare for the unexpected and enter into what’s known as a Buy-Sell Agreement
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