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Ep 2 Contracts: Part Two of our conversation with McAfee & Taft lawyers

Tom Caraway continues his discussion with our friends from OKC law firm, McAfee & Taft. In Part 2 of the conversation, Tom, Jodi and Todd talk about contracts between business owners and their independent contractors. These contracts are essential to understand, especially in the construction industry. In some cases, these contracts are Master Service Agreements (as discussed in the previous episode). In some cases, these are AIA documents. No matter what type of contract, terms and conditions generally exist and are related to risk…so there is definitely a need for insurance coverages to be placed in order to address those risks. See Jodi’s bio and Todd’s bio by Clicking Here.

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