Good morning. I had a quick question about attorney workplace practices… my gf works for a firm. Just her and her boss. She feels she’s in a bit of a bad situation, her attorney fees are used to keep the business afloat and her boss pockets all his fees. Supposedly she gets the smaller cases... Read more »
answered on Nov 2, 2022
Your girlfriend is in the best position to advocate to reform her employment agreement as she sees fit, unless you also are an attorney and advocate that she has retained to negotiate on her behalf. If she is dissatisfied with her current arrangement, she is free to explore other options including... Read more »
In anticipation of this year's annual meeting the executive board and
management are recommending the attached amendment to the
Our current quorum requires call for a minimum of 60% of the
community to participate in order for any business... Read more »
answered on Nov 5, 2021
This is not the place to conduct condo association business. Meet with your attorney in private to discuss the impact of this proposed revision. §34-36.1 will likely come up during your consultation http://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes/TITLE34/34-36.1/INDEX.HTM
I don't think it is, but I'm looking for other opinions.
Per USPTO, Generic words cannot qualify as “marks” in the legal sense and are never registrable or enforceable against third parties. Because generic words are the common, everyday name for goods and services and... Read more »
answered on May 14, 2019
Speak with a trademark attorney. They will explain the impact of the disclaimer to the plain words, the limitation, of the category of trade for which one might register, and other options you may consider to give you more than "thin protection" . They will also explain the... Read more »
2016 Rhode Island General Laws
Title 3 - Alcoholic Beverages
Chapter 3-6 - Manufacturing and Wholesale Licenses
Section 3-6-6 - Bottling and sale privileges of a rectifier's license.
answered on Feb 27, 2019
Generally, no, as that would be construed as a retail sale, and this statute only provides for wholesale.
SEE: TITLE 3
Manufacturing and Wholesale Licenses
§ 3-6-6. Bottling and sale privileges of a... Read more »
answered on Jul 6, 2017
Yes. The State-registered non-profit corporation is essentially the "trunk" upon which you then add various "branches," including your Employer ID number, related 501(c)3 or other non-profit/exempt status, etc.
I'm a worried father as if this is legal or not. My child's mothers does tattoos in her kitchen, out of her house. Sometimes while my child is home.
answered on Jun 8, 2017
Is this in Massachusetts or Rhode Island? Is your relationship with your child's parent so strained that you are both looking for ways to cause each other difficulties?
answered on Mar 21, 2017
Consult with and retain a lawyer to assist you, There are many here that are easily found through the "find a lawyer" feature.
what is my next step to get my share of money for the co.
answered on Jan 22, 2017
If you signed a contract, you may well be contractually obligated.
Basically if CNN reported false information or shielded information from the public throughout the course of the election while voters selected candidates and investors selected stocks; would CNN be liable? Could they still be liable for misleading the public in the first place or even election... Read more »
answered on Dec 20, 2016
No. Fraud requires an intention to defraud, knowingly false statements and a duty of care to the other party. Largely the same for securities law purposes. News media are supposed to be accurate but do not have a legal obligation to investors, voters or even viewers.
answered on Jul 25, 2015
Check the applicable organizational documents. In some cases, it might make a difference if a quorum is present at first but not later in the meeting. Best to check with a local business lawyer.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in... Read more »
My business partner out of nowhere is starting to breach our partnership terms,im not sure if he just doesnt care or thinks he can get away with it .Im looking for options on howto deal with this
answered on May 12, 2015
If you can't resolve the problems between you, it may be time to meet with an attorney and discuss your legal remedies.
answered on Apr 23, 2013
Are you referring to a consignment/retail store? Each store has its own policy on how long they will hang onto items for sale, did you ever sign any paperwork consenting to their sale of your goods? The short answer is maybe, you will want to look at any agreement or paperwork that you completed... Read more »
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