If your company has a sales force, you must have legal and enforceable agreements in place to appropriately define the relationship with those sales people, avoid claims for commissions allegedly owed, maximize protection of your critical assets, and avoid liability. Almost every state has a statute that governs these relationships, specifically the payment of commission. If you violate these provisions, the penalties can be severe. A simple review and update of agreements (or implementing agreements if you have none) can provide the needed preventive measures to protect these assets and minimize risk. Our attorneys have national experience counseling clients on sales representative issues, including helping you answer the following questions:

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