Yes it is probably possible in many states, depending on how the relationship with the coaches is structured, how they are supervised, etc. The details here will be important, otherwise you can run afoul of tax and employment laws quite easily. If structured right, what you've described...View More
You’ll want to do a trademark search to be sure. You can do this yourself and there are books and resources that provide guidance on how to do so (you don’t want to just search the USPTO database because that won’t cover all potential threats to your trademark, although it’s a good start)....View More
You very well may have a case if the facts are as you describe. You may also be able to work out a contingency fee with an attorney to represent you so that you don’t pay anything to bring the suit unless you win or get a settlement in your favor. It probably bears speaking to an attorney about...View More
We (Tenant) have a gas station on a commercial property with another business and a couple residential rentals on it. Our landlord provided Us with a first right of refusal letter that showed a price of 1.3 million. We later found out the property was sold for 900k through escrow. We never received... View More
In general, if you otherwise have a claim under the right of first refusal clause, you should be able to sue after the sale has already taken place. Depending on how the sale was structured, it may or may not be difficult to get it essentially reversed so that you are able to purchase the property....View More
There are a few factors that will play into your decision, including how many properties you are planning on holding, whether there will be other owners, partners or investors in the business, and what your tax situation is. Often, real estate holding companies will be structured as LLCs. Many...View More
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