Glendora, CA asked in Business Formation, Business Law and Patents (Intellectual Property) for California

Q: I registered a web name LLC name with state and all variations and LLC operating agreement partner didn't sign

He has done many illegal things and I want to keep name and he didn't put in the time nor sweat equity nor capital and while he didn't sign operating agreement it calls for name being returned to me not only that he has restraining orders trying to get permanent for threatening my life, can I win on this and how can I prevail I am very stressed as he is holding my clients and hijacked my rental account but took his out and I am stuck in limbo

1 Lawyer Answer
Kevin E. Flynn
Kevin E. Flynn
  • Patents Lawyer
  • Chapel Hill, NC

A: I do not see any indication that this is a patent law question.

This seems to be a business dispute that will turn on the facts. This is not a good candidate for a web site Q&A. You will need to find an attorney that handles business disputes in the relevant state and lay out the sequence of events and what you can prove with paperwork.

I hope that you are able to obtain a just result.

Kevin E Flynn

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