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Published by: Greg Masley on Dec 26, 2009
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Contractor Work Agreement
 1 |Page This Agreement is made on this ___ day of _________, _______ between Electronic CrimeScene Investigations, LLC and Gregory Masley.Subject to the terms and conditions as set forth herein, Electronic Crime Scene Investigations,LLC, retains Gregory Masley whom hereby accepts Electronic Crime Scene Investigations, LLC
's retention to perform services described herein.
Contractor obligations:
 In return for the compensation noted under "Contractor Compensation," contractor voluntarilyagrees to perform services for Electronic Crime Scene Investigations, , LLC as described below:Scope of services- As the Director of Sales and Marketing. duties to include, but not limited to,
coordination appointments, driving sales, making sales calls, responding to customer inquiries,relationship building, follow ups, project managment and educating clients on the services andproducts of Electronic Crime Scene Investigations, LLC. As well tracking billable hours and
reporting regularly with the management team. The Director of Sales and Marketing is notexpected to give quotes or fees to clients without the approval of management. Price negotiationsare handled internally and are only quoted upon approval.Time frame in which the services are to take place- You may set your own hours. However, the
scope of a normal business days is M-F hours (0800 to 1800). Contractor is expected to meet
case deadlines.Expectations for final outcome, product and report- The Director of Sales and Marketing is
expected to present themself, the product, and the company to clients in the most professional of manners making sure to describe our services accurately and efficiently.Penalties for incomplete work- failure to complete cases or goals assigned to you or created with
management will be reflected in commissions quarterly reviews. Continued failures may result inpossible suspension or termination.Procedure for adding additional work or extending the contract- As the Director of Forensic
Investigations it is encouraged that you contribute to the growth of the company. If requested andagreed upon. Additional duties may be assigned. At that point in time a new job description willbe given and signed by both the contractor and a company representative.
Contractor compensation
 In full consideration of all services performed by contractor as described in this contract,Electronic Crime Scene Investigations, LLC shall pay contractor an hourly rate of $25.00During billable hours.
Billable hours are defined as time spent on case. That are billed to the end client.
Including travel expenses and lodging.
Contractor Work Agreement
 2 |Page 
Cases are define as work related to the end client.
Contractor shall be exclusively responsible for the payment of all taxes incidental to thecompensation paid for services performed, including but not limited to federal and stateincome, sales, or use taxation.
Independent contractor
 Contractor's relationship to Electronic Crime Scene Investigations, LLC is one of independentcontractor. Nothing in the agreement shall create an employment or agency relationship, nor
shall contractor act as an agent or employee of Electronic Crime Scene Investigations, LLCunless such representation is outlined in the scope of services.Contractor's services are to be performed solely by contractor, or approved subcontractors, forElectronic Crime Scene Investigations, LLC pursuant to the terms of this contract.
Standards of performance
 Compliance with law
Contractor's performance of services under this agreement shall be in compliance with all
applicable laws or regulations of the federal, state, and local government.Reputation and goodwill
Contractor shall not perform any contracted services in a manner which would be injurious to thereputation and goodwill of Electronic Crime Scene Investigations, LLC.Trade secrets & Non-disclosureContractor shall not in any manner disclose to any person, partnership, firm or corporation anyinformation concerning any matters affecting or relating to the business of Electronic Crime
Scene Investigations, LLC including, but not limited to, any trade secrets, production processes,customers, pricing or marketing plans. This covenant shall remain in effect for the period of 1year (12 months) following termination of this contract.Electronic Crime Scene Investigations, LLC possesses certain ideas and information relating to
Computer Forensics, data recovery, network security and clientele. That is confidential and
proprietary to Electronic Crime Scene Investigations, LLC (hereinafter "ConfidentialInformation"); and WHEREAS the Contractor is willing to receive disclosure of the ConfidentialInformation pursuant to the terms of this Agreement for the purpose of retainment; NOWTHEREFORE, in consideration for the mutual undertakings of the Discloser and the Recipientunder this Agreement, the parties agree as follows:
Contractor Work Agreement
 3 |Page 1. Disclosure. Discloser agrees to disclose, and Receiver agrees to receive the ConfidentialInformation.2. Confidentiality.2.1 No Use.Recipient agrees not to use the Confidential Information in any way, or to manufacture or testany product embodying Confidential Information, except for the purpose set forth above.2.2 No Disclosure.Contractor agrees to use its best efforts to prevent and protect the Confidential Information, or
any part thereof, from disclosure to any person other than Contractors's employees having a needfor disclosure in connection with Contractor's authorized use of the Confidential Information.2.3 Protection of Secrecy.Recipient agrees to take all steps reasonably necessary to protect the secrecy of the ConfidentialInformation, and to prevent the Confidential Information from falling into the public domain or
into the possession of unauthorized persons.3. Limits on Confidential Information.Confidential Information shall not be deemed proprietary and the Contractor shall have noobligation with respect to such information where the information: (a) was known to Recipientprior to receiving any of the Confidential Information from Electronic Crime Scene
Investigations, LLC; (b) has become publicly known through no wrongful act of Contractor; (c)was received by Contractor without breach of this Agreement from a third party withoutrestriction as to the use and disclosure of the information; (d) was independently developed by
Contractor without use of the Confidential Information; or (e) was ordered to be publiclyreleased by the requirement of a government agency.4. Ownership of Confidential Information.Contractor agrees that all Confidential Information shall remain the property of Electronic CrimeScene Investigations, LLC, and that Electronic Crime Scene Investigations, LLC may use such
Confidential Information for any purpose without obligation to Contractor. Nothing containedherein shall be construed as granting or implying any transfer of rights to Contractor in theConfidential Information, or any patents or other intellectual property protecting or relating tothe Confidential Information.5. Term and Termination.

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