David Leffler contributes to Tech Insurance Blog: 3 Ways Contracts Can Protect IT Moonlighters

David Leffler, a partner in Culhane Meadows’ NYC office who regularly guides small businesses through some of the most critical moments in their business, was a featured contributor to the “Don’t Risk IT” blog published by Tech Insurance. The blog post, titled “3 Ways Contracts Can Protect IT Moonlighters,” identifies three core benefits of using a contract for IT moonlighting services:

  1. Contracts establish the terms of the project.
  2. Contracts ensure you get paid.
  3. Contracts may help you spend less time in court.

The entire blog post may be viewed HERE.

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