In the State of New York business owners, shareholders, members LLC, may file lawsuits related to breach of contract controversies in state court. For purposes of these controversies the applicable law is the New York General Business Law as well as the specific rule applicable to fiduciaries...Read more »
As long as you are uploading materials that are entirely yours, this means, that all pictures, sounds, and recordings are your creation, then, you should be fine. However, if any of those materials are protected by copyright and owned by someone else, it could be copyright infringement.
It is unclear what you mean "using" the show. If you are doing a critique about the show or commenting about it, this could be considered fair use, and you would be free to write the book without doing much legal diligence. On the other hand, fair use requires more information and...Read more »
If you want to recover your money, apparently damages equal to $16,000, you may file a complaint or go to small claims court. However, keep in mind that you will need to prove the existence of the contract, the terms of the contract and that you performed under the contract. If you don't have...Read more »
Let's start by saying this, ideas are not protected under the law. Secondly, branding is a very broad concept, therefore, you may need to elaborate on that. Finally, a logo may be protected under copyright or trademark law. If you have not registered the logo, it could be appropriated by...Read more »
Your question is very general. However, in general terms you may protect your brand by applying a holistic approach, i.e. a little of bit of everything. Should you require further assistance our firm G.A.M. Law Office would be happy to help.
Taking the bar or being admitted to the practice of law is not regulated by the US Immigration Laws. The admission to the Bar, even the right to take the exam is a matter administer by the NY Court of Appeals and the NY Board of Lawn Examiners of you have complied with their regulations, which...Read more »
Landscaping contractor kept making mistakes on the patio job that was supposed to be 3-days. I paid for material upfront but refuse to pay the other 50% of the invoice for labor. The job took six months. The job started in July 2021, the invoice was issued in Sept 2021 and the job didn't... Read more »
Yes if you are in default, the finance company may repossess the car without prior notice. That does not mean that you no rights. It is necessary to review the contract to know exactly. That said, you have at least the following rights:
The right to receive a notice immediately after the...Read more »
You will need to review each petition separately. You may want to call USCIS or ask the employer counsel. It is probable that have already been granted a petition. However, you need to make sure first. Each petition must have an independent receipt number you can use to follow up.
I'm Pro Se in a NY case and I requested a default judgment as defendants never responded or appeared in court. The defendants are also in NY and are now claiming personal jurisdiction and improper service. My understanding is that there is a time frame for them to argue personal jurisdiction.
I suppose your question is if two companies with same name or trademark can coexist. Well there different considerations to make. In general terms two trademarks can exist if they are not substantially so as to cause likelihood of confusion. However, this is a legal term, one would need more...Read more »
I general terms when two business of different industries have the same name this is not a problem if they as so different that consumers will not misleaded. That said, in the world of trademarks the airline could do two things if it discover that another business is using its name. It could send a...Read more »
My dad the administrater changed the deeds ownership somehow to his own when my mom died intestate, she’s the sole owner of the properties. He said he is continually keeping rents from said properties when he dies maybe we will get our inheritance from them. There are 7 children. Nobody agreed... Read more »
To deal with this you need to start a process in Surrogate's Court. An executor will be appointed and then your mothers property would be distributed according to the law Office cause there is no will.
It is necessary to review the contract to provide an effective legal answer. However, no one is oblogato the impossible, if it is really impossible. Impossibility does not mean that it is more costly, it means that there is no way to achieve that purpose. Now, to interpret what Impossible means...Read more »
One of my hobbies is photo editing, and sometimes my ideas involve people. My question is, could I edit/photoshop images of a celebrity I like and post them, or would I need direct permission from them? It would be posted on a social media site, like Instagram, and wouldn’t be sold commercially.... Read more »
You need to consider copyright issues considering the authorship of the original photo, that the more transformative a work is the less likely it is infringement under copyright, and that the models may have a cause if action under right of publicity if you don't have permission to use their...Read more »
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