Cosmetology, Salons, & Barbers

A cosmetologist or stylist has spent years studying and practicing to become excellent in personal care and grooming, but may not know much about managing the risks inherent to this industry. These issues include defining booth renter and contractor relationships, managing customers, offering guidance on lease agreements for the physical shop, and advising on potential product liability issues.

In addition, this industry tends not to use written agreements for same-day services, but may need to consider other policies such as those governing appointment cancellations and specialty services (such as bridal party arrangements).

If you own a salon or grooming shop, a knowledgeable Way Law cosmetology lawyer can help you manage risks in all these important areas, while also setting your business up for success.

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