We are a C-Corp and do NOT have a legal agreement regarding our partnership, but I own 80% of the company and this individual owns only 20%. This person is on a 1-year cliff and is not vested on any stock currently (we do have a founder's stock agreement in place). Since this person is NOT an employee or contractor, I'm wondering if I can just let him go (he just isn't putting in the hours I am and keeps missing deadlines), or are there hoops I'll need to jump through in order to terminate the relationship? Thanks for any assistance.He is a partner (which is why I said partnership) not a W2 employee. We are both solely working for equity so there is no employment tax to pay (we both have 9 to 5 jobs during the day). He vests 25% of his stock IF his "service" is not terminated prior to the anniversary date of issuance. We are an at-will state, but again since he's not a W2 employee, that doesn't apply. He did breach fiduciary responsibilities, however, we don't have a standard clause regarding "termination" which is why I ask if I can just terminate him as a founder. Does that make sense? Please note that I am NOT dissolving the corporation. Thanks again.