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0 Answers | Asked in Entertainment / Sports for New Jersey on
Q: Hello. I wanted to know the correct wording in an agreement.

Hello. I wanted to know the correct wording in an agreement stating what he or she can do if the film inexplicably halts production or falls apart in some other fashion. Will he or she have producing or creative input, or simply act a as a conduit for storytelling? Can he or she take control of the... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Entertainment / Sports for Pennsylvania on
Q: A few years ago I made an agreement with a guy to do trade for race cars plus cash in my end,

We agreed on $2,000 for trade and I'd owe him $1,500 in cash, have screenshots saying I wanted $2,000 for my car and rest in payments and he agreed now he is saying it was $1,500 for the car and $2,000 in payments. Says we talked on the phone before I got the car but phone records show no... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Entertainment / Sports on
Q: Good morning Can run a competition and after you are told you are a winner you needto pay to qualify for the price

Droomtroue competition

Once you are told you won.

You are only then told you must pay R400 per guest.

Minimum guests that needs to be invited are set by them.

And 20 of them are their crew members.

1 Answer | Asked in Business Formation and Entertainment / Sports for Pennsylvania on
Q: I want to create a Subsidiary under my current LLC. Do I create the Subsidiary as a new company with a separate ein?
Michael Cherewka
Michael Cherewka answered on Jan 16, 2022

This question is far to general for a forum like this. You should meet with your attorney and your CPA to discuss why you are creating a new company, and also whether it should be a subsidiary of your current LLC. Also depends on the tax status of your current LLC

0 Answers | Asked in Entertainment / Sports for North Carolina on
Q: Can a lawyer charge a flat fee of $4500 for a contract that is used for multiple clients with very minor changes?

By very minor changes, I mean name and address of the client as well as the name of the company and the date. The same contract is being used for hundreds at the same rate with the minor detail changes I listed. Would this be considered ethical?

0 Answers | Asked in Business Law, Civil Litigation, Contracts and Entertainment / Sports for Ohio on
Q: Does Amazon prohibit a family from sharing a single Amazon account?

In Amazon's Conditions of Use, the section "Your Account" says the following:

"You are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of your account and password and for restricting access to your account, and you agree to accept responsibility for all activities that... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury and Entertainment / Sports on
Q: If there is an evacuation, do cinemas refund your money if the evacuation started in the middle or start of the movie?
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Dec 18, 2021

A state or territory is not included here, so there could be state-specific consumer laws that might be relevant. As a general matter nationwide, it could depend on the terms of the ticket and nature of the incident. Personal injury is included as a category here - if the matter were to involve... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Entertainment / Sports and Gaming for Mississippi on
Q: Can I place a sports bet at a casino in Mississippi for a friend?

My friend isn’t able to travel to Mississippi so I was going to place a sports bet for him. Is that okay?

Hiten H Patel
Hiten H Patel answered on Nov 16, 2021

No. Also, the casino will not allow you to place a sports wager using another persons name.

1 Answer | Asked in Foreclosure, Entertainment / Sports, Gaming and Trademark for Georgia on
Q: I would like to get this company together for the first few months and then I’ll get it to up and running in no time

I have a question about how my life would be if I got this company and how much money would be made for my future and family is it sure success in the business or what I do need to know if I going to make my money back in wholesale or whole period

Linda Liang
Linda Liang answered on Oct 7, 2021

This question is very general. Many issues you need to address to stay out of trouble. The most common matter is your trademark. You should conduct a research and make sure you are not using others' trademark. Preferably, you should register your own trademark. Other matters include... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts and Entertainment / Sports for Virginia on
Q: I recently got a record deal for distribution through universal just wondering if someone could look over it for me
Steven Krieger
Steven Krieger answered on Aug 28, 2021

Sure. If you email it to me, I can take a quick look to give you a quote to review in full.

1 Answer | Asked in Copyright and Entertainment / Sports on
Q: Can i use screenshots of getty and Shutterstock for informative and educative fact videos on youtube?
Marcos Garciaacosta
Marcos Garciaacosta answered on Aug 14, 2021

I would not recommend that

They tend to chase people who use their content without permission

Consult with an attorney

2 Answers | Asked in Entertainment / Sports, Internet Law and Trademark on
Q: Under what agreement do I have to register my company which currently own a production company?

This company is mostly about making entertainments videos, movies,dramas,films and musics which is what I aim to achieve on this company. That is why i want to know how I can register it. At the moment we are screwed. The company has more than 44 new volunteer applicants.

Marcos Garciaacosta
Marcos Garciaacosta answered on Aug 6, 2021

It is unclear what your question or need is.

You need the assistance of an attorney to identify your next steps.

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1 Answer | Asked in Copyright, Entertainment / Sports and Intellectual Property for New York on
Q: Can I use the name of a fictional city from a movie in my book?

The name used in the movie is “Koriko” while I’ll use “Corico City”. The cities won’t be similar in any way. I wanted to use the name to pay homage to the movie, but am worried about copyright infringement. Thank you!

Marcos Garciaacosta
Marcos Garciaacosta answered on Jul 12, 2021

Maybe.

Consult with an attorney to search for use of the name and whether there is any registration.

Best luck!

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law and Entertainment / Sports for New York on
Q: Lost racket at sports club,found by employee, left in their office and then disappeared from there. Can I take action?

I left my racket at a sports club of which I wasn't a member. The coach picked it up and confirmed by email that he had it and had left it in his office. Then the COVID crisis hit so I was unable to visit the club to pick it up. The staff member was furloughed and never returned. Now the club... Read more »

Gregory J. Tarone
Gregory J. Tarone answered on Jul 10, 2021

Yes, you can bring an action for replevin to return your personal property to you. That email acknowledging possession is an indication of having possession of your chattel. Assuming the coach is an employee, the owner of the club is responsible also, so sue them both. If the racket is worth less... Read more »

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