Expanding your team?

Independent Contractor & Employment Legal Forms

From assignment duties and use of equipment, to copyrights and portfolio usage, the complexities of teaming up with a second photographer are intimidating.

At the same time, if you’ve photographed a wedding or large-scale event, you know this partnership is crucial to your success. 

That’s why we offer an affordable bundles tailored to professionals just like you. Our team of lawyers and photographers at TheLawTog® developed, reviewed, and approved the legal documents needed to protect the relationship.

Working with other people can be GREAT for your business but it is also riddled with potential issues.

Because you never have an issue until you have an issue.

Employee or Independent Contractor

You have to choose based on status of how you treat the individual/entity working with you.  
Typically - Second shooters will be Independent Contractors and Associate Shooters will be Employees.

See also: Independent contractors versus employee on TheLawTog and Rachel Brenke's Podcast episode

How do I know?

“The general rule is that an individual is an independent contractor if the payer has the right to control or direct only the result of the work, not what will be done and how it will be done. Small businesses should consider all evidence of the degree of control and independence in the employer/worker relationship. Whether a worker is an independent contractor or employee depends on the facts in each situation.” – IRS.gov

If bundles aren't for you, or if you prefer to buy each piece separately you can snag them here.

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