I filed a complaint in Superior court pro se and the defendant acquired an attorney and answered. The attorney has now reached out to move forward with discovery and other protocol but I have had issues acquiring counsel and need more time. Can I at least file a motion for more time so my case is... Read more »
answered on Mar 3, 2023
Can you? Sure. It's a motion to extend time to respond to discovery. Be forewarned: now that you've filed and the defendant has responded, it may be more difficult to find a lawyer to take your case, or may require a hefty retainer upfront. Good luck.
Won a judgment against defendant. The def had an LLC for their business but never used it in any way. It laid dormant since 2019 until my judgment. The original first year address has been outdated and out of commission. The Arizona Corp Commission has suggested this would be an Invalid LLC address... Read more »
answered on Jan 16, 2023
No. You would need to try to “pierce the corporate veil.” It is doable but difficult and a new default judgment or complaint would not be effective in so doing.
My employer (E) has two small businesses (A and B) both 100% owned by E. Business A owes business B a significant amount of money for services accumulated throughout the years. However, E wants to protect the assets of A from any happenings relating to B. If B goes bankrupt will the creditors of B... Read more »
answered on Jan 16, 2023
A trustee in bankruptcy "steps into the shoes of the debtor". Consequently, a bankruptcy trustee is entitled to pursue and collect/liquidate any obligations to the debtor.
That's in a Chapter 7 case, where a trustee is automatically appointed.
In a Ch. 11, the debtor... Read more »
Am I entitled to any money from his company during our divorce?
answered on Oct 11, 2022
Assuming you and your husband had no valid prenuptial agreement that would dictate otherwise, you might be entitled to be compensated for an interest in this business. From the information you provided it appears that your husband's business started out as his sole and separate property.... Read more »
answered on Aug 20, 2022
The answer for your question depends on some other things, but in general I would say there are many public domain jokes which can be freely used and are freely used by many people, many products and so on (if the joke slogan is not trademarked for instance).
There is... Read more »
I only receive commission & 1099. I am asking for reimbursement for all necessary spending & maintenance costs as I’m out of pocket for all. I have had no time off, no health care , no overtime tho I am solely responsible for the business . I sign all client contracts as rep for... Read more »
answered on Apr 26, 2022
You should call and attorney and request a case evaluation. Whether a 1099 independent contractor is misclassified is a fact specific analysis based on a number of factors.
answered on Mar 9, 2022
A commercial landlord can lock out a tenant without first obtaining a court order. This option is often specifically reserved in many commercial leases. It is also one of the remedies allowed by ARS 33-361.
The owner changed management companies if that matters.
answered on Dec 22, 2021
This can be done if handled properly by the landlord or his management company. Your documents should be reviewed by an attorney. They may consist of an offer that is binding upon your acceptance. Or they may contain language that provides the proposal is not binding upon the landlord until... Read more »
So I've been Practicing Taekwondo for 7 years now and had been considering teaching kick boxing on the side for some extra cash, and my Instructor had said that if I tried to teach martial arts outside of the school I could be sued because of copy right, could they possibly do that?
answered on Sep 12, 2021
You should consult with an attorney
But as long as you are not taking content, printed or recorded, from somebody else, and as long as you are not violating any employment or NDA, you can be ok
In the US (specifically Arizona), if you create intellectual property (e.g. website, social media channels and 3rd party sales channels) as a volunteer (I was a volunteer in a business my husband was a co-owner in, I was not paid, wasn't asked to do create the IP nor directed in any way and... Read more »
answered on Jul 23, 2021
Depends on any communications or agreement.
Most likely any creation would be considered as a gift.
Depending on the value of the creation an attorney can advise you on what to do
I want to be able to advertise that I will return a percentage per year on the investment. No fees.
answered on Jun 9, 2021
It depends on the type of business you have. You will need a license and registration with agencies.
Consult with an attorney.
We lived operated our business and worked at this non profit outreach and the owner trespassed from property to take our belongings and dumped our destroyed items in the neighbors parking lot ending in filing criminal damage to property of him. He also took door of shower room we had to use so him... Read more »
We are wondering what liability can come from this? We do not currently make money from the internet and are just making interesting videos. The contract says we grant non-exclusive license. We're fine giving it away for free but since we don't make money from this, we just want to make... Read more »
answered on Mar 8, 2021
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. Because of its complexity and detail, this could be a difficult post for an attorney to respond to without knowing more information, and likely seeing the agreement you mention. If you continue not to get a response,... Read more »
This was the email I received from SBA below
1. Please provide a Certificate/Resolution that includes:
a. A statement that the LLC held a meeting and specify the date (on or after loan approval date of 6/2/2020)
b. A statement that the LLC authorizes... Read more »
answered on Feb 23, 2021
Thanks so much for the list. You will need to hire an attorney to prepare these for you. If the business is in San Diego the attorney must be licensed in California.
answered on Oct 7, 2020
No, the equipment is not yours. It is the property of your employer. You should continue to contact your employer until you get a response regarding how the equipment should be returned.
answered on Aug 11, 2020
It might still be valid. This depends upon how the sale was structured and the agreements made with the buyer. I recommend that you discuss with an employment law attorney before you make any decisions.
answered on Jun 25, 2020
Thank you for your question. The answers depend upon where you live. You need to contact the city or municipality to answer whether or not a permit is required. However you also need to think about taxes on the money that you earn. I recommend you speak with the city or municipality regarding... Read more »
answered on Mar 27, 2020
You are not competent to read the law and determine what it means and whether you can do what you are trying to do. While I have not read the law either I can tell you that if ANY Florida law requires any sort of "certification" before anyone can do whatever the law covers, you cannot... Read more »
Have a offer on the table that Russians want masks and supplier is in China and facilitator says that buyers are now procuring orders but I've not seen proof yet
Getting conflicting reports
This is how it started:
I have a... Read more »
answered on Mar 15, 2020
This sounds like a valuable service you are providing to protect people and it is commendable. But the question is very fact-intensive and crosses over a number of different areas involving bulk freight, where it's possible that import-export or shipping consultants who are close to these... Read more »
answered on Mar 11, 2020
This is something on which an Arizona attorney could advise best. But your post remains open for three weeks. Many states administer license exams for this - you should be able to find the answer without an attorney by researching the public entity in Arizona that oversees this activity, whether... Read more »
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