The Yoga Teacherís Employment Contract, Part 1
As Jonathan Swift wrote, "Promises and piecrust are made to be broken." That's the best reason to embody a promise of employment in a legally binding contract, and to be savvy about the way the contract terms might shape the yoga teaching experience.
Michael H. Cohen, J.D., M.B.A. is Principal in the Law Offices of Michael H. Cohen and the publisher of the Complementary and Alternative Medicine Law Blog (www.camlawblog.com). The materials in this website/e-newsletter have been prepared by Michael H. Cohen, J.D., M.B.A. and Yoga Journal for informational purposes only and are not legal opinion or advice. Online readers should not act upon this information without seeking professional legal counsel.
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