So I'm interested if i could for example create my own trademark with the name like Miami Walk Of Fame with my own unique design ? And would i get any trademark infringement from the following trademark? So basically I am asking may i use the "walk of fame" phrase part in my name for the company?
I was recently incarcerated due to a warrant for violating probation (reckless driving case) Unbeknownst to me, my friend retained the wrong attorney & paid him $2,500 with one of my checks. The only thing he did was file a Notice of discovery and lied about having a court date the night before... Read more »
My F1 status expires 09/15/20. I filed a change of status I-539 on 08/19/20 after I was in a car accident, it's pending. I have a job offer that will submit H-1B (cap-exempt) but they won't be able to get it in before 09/15/20. Can they still submit it even after this date?
I-539 makes things a little complicated. If you filed extension on August 19, 2020, your unauthorized stay will not be accumulated. Yet it does not mean you are in status. Nevertheless, your best bet is to file H1B as soon as possible and attach a the receipt of I-539.
I am completing a change of status application for a change of status from F1 to B2. My OPT expired 07/17, I am in grace period until 09/15. My I-94 says D/S. To answer the question “What date are you requesting your requested status be extended until?” Is it okay to start counting the 180 days... Read more »
The question is "what date are you requesting the status to be extended until"? But you are changing status, not extending... Thus this question does not apply to your case. You need to focus on applying for B2 visa.
First, you need to make sure it is not registered trademark, and you need to do a research to see if anyone is still using then. If you answers are both negative, you should file trademark registration. As far as logo is concerned, a search needs to be done to be sure it is not part of the...Read more »
After three days of working on the job site and purchasing setting materials for the job site I was told to leave the job with no reason The job supervisor works directly for the homeowner That day we had an argument about the pool deck steps not being pitched right and he got mad at me for... Read more »
I guess your question is whether you have recourse for that. Legally speaking you have right to reasonable compensation for your work and expenses spent on material and related activities. You can talk to the home-owner because home-owner is the ultimate employer and can override the decision if he...Read more »
I filed for annulment/divorce 2.5 years ago and I also withdrew my sponsorship. I am still going through the annulment/divorce so I called the USCIS to see if I am still being considered as a sponsor since I never received any confirmation of my withdrawal. I was informed that the application was... Read more »
By designating Huawei and ZTE as threats to US national security, the FCC bars telecommunications providers from using government subsidy money through the $8.3 billion Universal Service Fund to purchase equipment from the companies for their networks.
My hubby everything under LLC and partnership . I never had joint account . We are 9 years marriage. He just sold Marina Profit 500k, By the end of July about to sell His RV campground 9.7M ( will profit 4-5M for sure ) “LLC SHADY GATOR”. recently Got my citizenships. I m stay home mommy (8... Read more »
My husband and I signed contracts to purchase a home and sell our house. We cancelled both 6 days later due to uncertainty over the immediate future of the economy. We offered to pay for the cost of marketing and the home inspection paid by the buyers of our home. But our realtor wants us to pay... Read more »
L1A's investment requirement is not substantial. E1/E2. L1A requires the new company to be able to support a managerial position in a year or two. In other word, the new company must not be thinned capitalized and have ability to pay for a team before it breaks even.
For several years we have been unable to ge out of a website that automatically renews without any notification. We have finally stopped the auto payment from the bank, but now the website is threatening to sue. Do we have recourse.
What is the website? How is that connected with the bank? How much does the website charge you? How come you never complain to them? All in all, your recourse depends on the answers to the questions. It can be as easy as issuing a dispute through your bank or simply call them to settle. You should...Read more »
The company is located in Florida; I am located in Texas. I sent in a deposit and 2 days later, I called to cancel. The company confirmed they would return my money but to date, I haven't seen a penny after 30 business days. Can criminal charges be brought on the individual/owner for theft.
It sounds like this is a simple contract issue. Do you have record as to the effective cancellation? You only waited for 2 days. Even if your deposit is huge and it would hard to establish criminal intent in light of the facts you provided here. My colleagues are right. You should exhaust your...Read more »
I am making masks for first responders and other essential personnel. We are taking small donations just to purchase more materials to continue making them. We have made hundreds of masks with around 400 dollars in donations. More orders are beginning to come in as the media picked up our story.... Read more »
It is not illegal to accept donation but if you want to receive tax exemption, you will need file 501C tax exemption application. On the other hand, Any charitable organization that intends to solicit contributions in Florida by any means must register with the Florida Department of Agriculture and...Read more »
My names Kristina I work at a tropical smoothie in fort Pierce FL some one thought it was smart to steal 200$ from the cash register at my job an since my boss dosnt know who he started takeing every ones tips to pay off the two hundred dollars even though half of the employees had nuthing to do... Read more »
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