A couple of initial questions ...  is the landscaper a licensed contractor ...  do you have a signed agreement for services ...  you will want to schedule a video call with at least two attorneys of your choice to discuss the next steps in the resolution process.
"Global Non-Compete" language is always open to suspicion ... As you might imagine, the answer is "it depends" and I would suggest that you schedule a video call or telephone call with at least two attorneys ... to have that initial free 30 minute consultation ...
As a general rule, you can place most contingencies as a pre-condition to payment ... so long as it is reasonable and objective in nature. The issues for you will be "acting in good faith" and "with fiduciary care" in developing that "certain amount of profit". You MAY...Read more »
Hello. Thank you for reviewing my question. I am under contract (Services Agreement) that pays a fixed amount per month (regardless of the number of working days). The contract is terminating mid-month and the contract provider is requesting that I submit a final invoice for only the working days.... Read more »
First, we would need to review the written agreement ... then to read your current relevant facts ... then schedule a free initial video call discussion on your options and remedies ... let us know your thoughts ... thank you.
First ... we would need to review the terms and conditions of the partnership contract ... along with a review of the relevant facts ... I would suggest that you take advantage of a "free initial consultation" with at least two attorneys of your choice... and then we can proceed from there.
I want to become a first time business owner and was wondering which would suite me the best in terms of taxes, protection, and future costs? I am planning to elect to file taxes under S-Corp subsection for either of these business entities that I am willing to go with.
The answer to your question should be developed in an initial free consultation by video call or telephone call. The short answer is ... it depends" ... upon your preferred management structure, the operations plan, your succession plan ... and how well you get along with others ...
As you might imagine, the process starts with an initial free video call consultation ... to discuss what you have in mind ... the proposed ownership/management structure ... along with the intended services to be delivered ... either directly to patients and/or through other service providers....Read more »
Well, as you might imagine, there are a number of legal and business issues in dealing with suppliers or customers in another country ... and China poses a few unique issues. So, the first step is to schedule a free initial video call or telephone call with at least two attorneys of your choice to...Read more »
Yes, what you are requesting is possible ... and, as you might imagine, there are a number of other issues to consider. I would recommend that you schedule a few initial free consultations, by video call or telephone call, with two or three different attorneys ... Shawn Jackson - Business...Read more »
I signed my commercial lease to open a boutique fitness studio in March 2020, right before the locked down that no one could have predicted at the time I signed my lease. Due to a number of factors I still don’t have possession of the place, haven’t started buildout and my commencement period... Read more »
Understood ... so, your first step is to engage an attorney of your choice to schedule a free initial video call consultation ... which starts with you emailing us a copy of the signed commercial lease ... you have several options depending upon the signed lease and the surrounding facts and...Read more »
The basic requirements will depend upon a variety of facts and goals ... I would recommend that we schedule a video call for our initial free consultation to discuss.... Shawn Jackson - Business Development Attorney.
A friend convinced me that I needed an LLC to sell homemade masks to friends and family or on Etsy. He says there will be tons of lawsuits against mask makers if people get covid. Do you think this is a serious risk to my little homemade business, even if I have a disclaimer saying these masks are... Read more »
Well ... as a general rule, you will want three "hurdles" between you and the litigation attorneys.  a legal entity like a corporation or LLC ...  good insurance and ...  good management/disclosure protocols. Most of the time, a litigation attorney can get over two of the...Read more »
Well, as you might imagine... as a paying commercial tenant, you have the right to fully occupy the premises on the assumption that the lease agreement grants you the defined use of the space. The decision will boil down to what in written in the commercial lease... you will want to schedule a...Read more »
That depends … upon what is the "consideration" supporting the "cash transfer" … along with the underlying agreement between the parties... so, more information is needed … and/or request an initial free consultation by video call or telephone call with the attorney of your choice.
It depends on how the owners hold title … whether as within an LLC or as individual property owners. The process for resolution in these types of situations is mediation, since the "family" will continue regardless of the divorce … and it is often better, if possible, to engage a...Read more »
I'm a limited partner in a partnership. The managing partners who are also majority shareholders are amending the operating agreement which includes clause that changes how limited partner can exit. I want to understand my position. Can the amendment get approved if I vote no but the majority... Read more »
Well, the first item on our review list would be … what does the current LLC Operating Agreement state regarding such "votes" and "changes" to the current agreement. Often times, such changes require a unanimous vote … and even in the absence of a requirement of a unanimous...Read more »
The key to resolution in these types of situations is the initial "mitigation" protocols … in which company A would pay company B … some level of the amount owed. Second issue … is there a written agreement covering how company B is to be paid?
As you might imagine, the answer is "it depends". The first item on your "to do" list is to email the attorney of your choice and schedule the free initial video call or telephone call. We would also need to see any documents that you signed and any emails or texts that you...Read more »
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