Ambiguity can attach to much subject matter in the business world. A company owner in Connecticut or elsewhere does not want to deal with it in the context of worker classification.
Perhaps you are about to launch your new company. You may have a partner, a couple of key suppliers and, in time, employees.
Competing in the American business realm is a challenging endeavor. We duly note on our website at the proven Connecticut commercial law firm of Berdon, Young & Margolis that company owners and entrepreneurs focused on long-term business viability "know how difficult it is."
Does a new Amazon headquarters have to be physically located in Connecticut to benefit the state’s economy?