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(727) 537-9449

8130 66th St. N. Suite 3
Pinellas Park, FL 33781

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Many, if not most, of Florida’s Craft breweries begin as the combined efforts of a small group of personally invested individuals with a passion for great beer. It may not take long for word to get out about your brewery and suddenly you may find yourself needing a few extra hands to meet the demand. Whether you need help brewing, serving, marketing, or advertising you’ll need to either hire employees or enter into agreements with independent contractors. Our attorneys can help you determine the best approach to securing the help you need.

As the number of employees in your brewery increases we can help you be sure that your new hires are properly classified as salaried or hourly employees or as independent contractors. We offer services that include the drafting of job descriptions, employment agreements, compensation structures, new hire packets and can help you be sure that any required state and/or federal paperwork is properly prepared and submitted.

If your brewery is up and running we offer audit services to ensure compliance with state and federal regulations as well as review services for existing employee handbooks and compensation agreements. Employment law is constantly changing, let our attorneys keep up with the changes so you can focus on brewing exceptional beer!

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