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2 Answers | Asked in Business Law and Intellectual Property for California on
Q: Are business emails containing copyrighted files supposed to be deleted if you receive a legal notice to destroymaterial

I am in California. It was a potential business to business deal that didn't happen and now their lawyers demand we get rid of everything containing their copyrighted information. We don't want to delete emails in case we need to go to Court. There was no disclosure of Copyright... Read more »

Amir Sam Dibaei
Amir Sam Dibaei
answered on Mar 22, 2017

Was there any sort of agreement in place prior to the potential business deal regarding confidentiality and/or nondisclosure?

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1 Answer | Asked in Business Law for California on
Q: how to make payments on a default account. Should I contact the Law firm and tell them if they allow me to make payment?

I was a partner in a car dealership, went out of business. 1 car was left unpaid and the financial company is suing. My partner was served, but I wasn't. They serve my Dad who has the same name as me. My partner is unable to pay, so I am responsible. I want to make payments totaling $6500.00. I

Amir Sam Dibaei
Amir Sam Dibaei
answered on Mar 9, 2017

With debt collection: the amount owed and paid undulate greatly. First, you have to make sure who owns your debt. The car dealer may have sold your judgment to a debt collector. From there forward there must be a legal action of some sort--such as assigning the judgment from the dealer to the... Read more »

4 Answers | Asked in Business Law for California on
Q: My husband's partner is supposed to be buying him out of the business. What recourse do we have if he takes too long?

Corporation, my husband is 49% stock owner.

Amir Sam Dibaei
Amir Sam Dibaei
answered on Feb 28, 2017

Depending on how the agreement was structured--you can file a complaint in Superior Court or arbitration.

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3 Answers | Asked in Banking, Business Formation, Business Law and Criminal Law for California on
Q: Business partner has raised $$$$ for our biz. But spent it on personal, without putting into company account. Need help!

Me and my business partner together met people interested to loan money in our company. He later received money from them and spent it away on his personal stuff. He later setup the business account in the bank with just 10% of the money. He claims his expenses were legitimate, but not giving any... Read more »

Amir Sam Dibaei
Amir Sam Dibaei
answered on Feb 22, 2017

There are a few facts missing. How is your partnership structured? Are you also liable for the loan?

Assuming you were partners and you are also liable for the loan you would have a cause of action for conversion, fraud, breach and possibly breach of fiduciary duty.

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1 Answer | Asked in Government Contracts, Animal / Dog Law and Personal Injury for California on
Q: My boyfriend was volenteering at a local vet and was bitten by a cat that should have been put down two days prior.

He went septic within 24 hours, spent 8 days in the hospital and underwent three surgeries due to infection. We found out after an attempted suit that the vet wasnt insured. He was contracted with the county animal control at the time. So what i need to know is was he in any kind of violation for... Read more »

Amir Sam Dibaei
Amir Sam Dibaei
answered on Feb 16, 2017

You can go after the county if they represented the person to be a Veternarian.

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