The business (A clothing company) didn't generate any profit and we have agreed to dissolve the series LLC, Web P, social media page etc, but it does leave us with the IP of the designs that we independently created.
Neither of us were paid employees or hired to create our own designs... Read more »
There are several factors here, and a thorough review of the LLC and Operating Agreement would be needed, as well as a full understanding of exactly how and when each design was created. I’m an IP Attorney, and would be happy to have a free consultation and see how I can help your legal needs....Read more »
I am employed, in CA, "at will" with a Limited Liability Company, Stepping Stones Group, that provides services to educational institutions. I am hourly. I started 3 months ago. Included in my offer letter, was an employment agreement. A section of the agreement, under "No... Read more »
Plaintiff paid down payment plus payments for a year believing she would be paying for the car to completion then defendant took the car. Plaintiff is suing for the down plus payments made. Defendant original offer to the plaintiff included 200 dollar payment to the defendant and a belief that it... Read more »
There are many issues not explained here. A contract has to have certain specific details, but it doesn't necessarily have to be written if it's only for a few hundred dollars. If the details were properly explained in an oral agreement, then there was a contract. Not having the...Read more »
Quite recently I became aware of my estranged husband using my POA without my knowledge. He opened CC accounts and got my daughter 30K+ in student loans. I have no proof she was aware of its origins, but I believe she knew something because she halted all communication with me at the same time this... Read more »
You don't provide complete details on the POA, and whether it was limited, durable, etc. But assuming the POA was still valid, and that it included the power to open accounts on your behalf, then him being estranged doesn't all of a sudden remove the POA.
As my colleague has stated, it would depend on what the contract that you signed actually says. Generally there's a clause or two about who takes responsibility for the project being put on hold, or how to handle the contract if something happens, (like the "head guy dying"). If...Read more »
I had a leak in my ceiling in the apartment I rent. They rushed me out put me in another apartment but they damaged a lot of my property and a lot of it with sentimental value including an airplane propeller that my ex-boyfriend UPS to me when I got my bachelor's degree from flight school he... Read more »
This would not be an intellectual property question, but there's not really a law in regards to this. This would be more appropriately a question for the insurance company that was used to fix the ceiling. As far as I know though, most insurance companies don't give any additional value...Read more »
For example, would the domain name degoogle.com infringe on Google's trademark if the website at that domain displayed affiliate links to more private alternatives to Google's services, such as email, online documents, etc.?
I live in California. I rented a 1br/1 ba appt and signed a lease stating that if I had unregistered guests that I would be charged $30/night (per the lease I am allowed 2 guests every month for a maximum of 2 days). Over word of mouth when I signed the lease, he told me that it was not enforced... Read more »
If you signed a lease that says you would be charged, then you were aware of the "potential" fees. It also sounds like you breached the lease agreement by letting your friends stay more than the allotted "2 days" per month, and sounds like you further operated in bad faith by...Read more »
my roommate wants to take me to court for rent. So as far as i know when you pay rent it's for the upcoming month right? Well i paid at the end of June which means i paid to stay in the apartment in July. And in August i moved out and got my name off the lease. I did let them know in the... Read more »
Generally you would pay for the upcoming month, yes. Obviously every contract can be different though, so it would depend on when you originally paid and what the deal was. What does the tenant agreement say? When does the specific month-to-month start/stop? (oftentimes it's the first of...Read more »
I only lived in an apartment for 1 day before deciding to move out. I signed the contract regarding security deposits but I think it's unfair that I don't get at least a portion of it back because I lived there for such a short amount. Additionally, the house owner breached verbal... Read more »
If you signed the lease for the month and there was no official foul play, then you are committed to paying for the month, regardless of how long you decided to live in the apartment. The landlord has committed that month and has no duty to replace your monthly contract.
I have multiple recorded violations/breach of contract from x-landlord.I obtain them from homeowners/property managers who were considering me for tendency but was turned down because of my x landlords malicious/false bad referrals which he was court ordered not to give. I'm homeless/living in... Read more »
There's several pieces to this. First off, you mention that he was "court-ordered not to give", which would imply there's already been a case and judgment on him in regards to his recorded breaches prior to you moving out? If so, then the discussion would be on your issue...Read more »
I signed all contract paperwork for a vehicle at a dealership, I haven't signed the loan check yet to give to them yet though. They said I could pick the car up after they repaired it due to recalls. This was a few days ago and I haven't heard anything back, they gave me a rental for the... Read more »
As this question was written 6 days ago, I'm hoping this has been resolved by now. But short answer is, yes you should be able to back out of the deal if you haven't received the car yet. On top of there being some consumer protection laws, that give some room for a buyer to have...Read more »
I have an email from my employer (I'm a temp so the agency who pays me) with confirmation of new hourly payrate. They now say client didn't agree to the amount so they won't honor it, eventhough they previously indicated it was approved and provided an effective date. I have a copy... Read more »
Based on the facts provided, yes, the agency would be required to pay you the new rate. The contract and deal is between you and the temp agency. The onus is on the employer to work out the specifics on the pay rate, not on you to prove that it was agreed on. You would likely need to consult with...Read more »
I was imposition-ed, lied to, accused of drug use in public, used to perform work without compensated, signed notary book and they refuse to show me why? They retaliated because i threaten to report them .
There are quite a few accusations here, and none of which have enough information to come to a conclusion on what can be done. I would recommend consulting a lawyer, and explain the specifics and see if they can come up with a proper course of action. But, as my colleague pointed out, they are...Read more »
As my colleague points out, this case would turn on what the company's policy and contract states about refunds. You're not entitled to one just because you want to return it. Some states do require a 3 day refund for "buyer's remorse", but a week later would not qualify...Read more »
During my marriage, my ex-wife shot video of our daughter, and years later I put it on a YouTube channel while we were still married but intending to divorce. Is the video, now that I've been divorced a few years, considered both of our property (as I've assumed), or her property since... Read more »
The property would likely be joint, as it was shot during your marriage, and California is a community property state. As my colleague has pointed out, the big issue would be on how to properly value the video. But neither you posting it online, or her being the one to actually film it, matters...Read more »
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