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0 Answers | Asked in Contracts and Business Formation for Oklahoma on
Q: If I am a member with 75% interest in an llc what rights do I have

The articles of arrangement don’t grant me any authority unless granted through the manager

0 Answers | Asked in Banking and Business Formation for California on
Q: Can a company be liable if they charge you for overnight shipping and then don’t ship it?

I requested a loan from my life insurance policy and since I needed it by a certain day I opted to pay extra to have it overnighted. They told me it would take 3-5 business days to process and then they would send it. Even if it took 6 days as long as it was overnighted it would have been fine... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law, Products Liability, Business Formation and Business Law for Iowa on
Q: Do I need a alcohol permit to allow byob if I don't serive or sell it on I'm starting a business in a year or so

Just want to know what my options or cus I don't want to sell it or serve it but allow my guest to bring there own but what make sure I'm legal

0 Answers | Asked in Business Formation for Georgia on
Q: I am a small business owner who makes hair and skin care products. My question is how do I protect my formulas?

I would like to be sure my formulas can not be made and sold by other companies unless I say so. I have a wholesale client that I believe is looking for someone else to make my formula. How do I make sure they can not do that?

1 Answer | Asked in Business Formation for California on
Q: Special business permits etc for a freelance writer in CA.

If I am a starting up as a freelance writer working out of my home in California, are there any sort of permits or business licenses that I need?

Shawn R. Jackson Esq.
Shawn R. Jackson Esq.
answered on Jun 23, 2022

Well ... some of the answer will depend upon your address location ... and what your local city or county requires for "home businesses". Additionally, since the advent of SB5 [employee/independent contractor status] most individuals and businesses will want you to have a business... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Business Formation and Business Law for Florida on
Q: Dissolving Florida LLC answer "A description of occurrence that resulted in the limited liability company's dissolution"

I'm dissolving a Florida LLC and on the form it asks for "A description of occurrence that resulted in the limited liability company's dissolution" and I'm not sure of how to answer.

My operating agreement states:

The Company will operate until terminated... Read more »

Jane Kim
Jane Kim
answered on Jun 23, 2022

It is not a trick question. You should mark the option that applies to you. Sounds like the members decided to dissolve it, so choose that option.

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2 Answers | Asked in Business Formation and Business Law for Florida on
Q: Dissolving Florida LLC answer "A description of occurrence that resulted in the limited liability company's dissolution"

I'm dissolving a Florida LLC and on the form it asks for "A description of occurrence that resulted in the limited liability company's dissolution" and I'm not sure of how to answer.

My operating agreement states:

The Company will operate until terminated... Read more »

Keith Kanouse
Keith Kanouse
answered on Jun 23, 2022

If the members have decided to dissolve the LLC, you should have a resolution contained in a Consent of Members in Luie of a Special Meeting signed by all members. You can then check the appropriate box.

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0 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning and Business Formation for Oregon on
Q: Can I have an Oregon LLC, that's owned by an Wyoming LLC, and not have my name on the Oregon S.O.S. website?

I know the answer in most states is yes. But I'm being told that Oregon is a unique situation and you need to have the name of a person of knowledge on the Secretary of state's website. I already have a registered agent for the mailing address but I'm being told I can't use... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Business Formation on
Q: State 5 rules for distribution of assets on dissolution

Rules for distribution of assets on dissolution

0 Answers | Asked in Business Formation and Business Law for Pennsylvania on
Q: Is it illegal for a small business to demote and cut my hours if I have been taking days off due to medical issues?

I have turned in doctor notes for every day I have been out.

0 Answers | Asked in Business Formation, Business Law and Insurance Bad Faith for Indiana on
Q: My name is currently on a business with my ex, who is now trying to screw me over and take everything. What can I do?

Dog breeding business. I’ve taken care of the dogs, ON MY OWN, for two years. Up until the point of our breakup, then we found out one of our females were pregnant. I took care of her throughout her pregnancy. He took her from me and told me he would take care of her during the welping process,... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Business Formation, Business Law and Contracts for Michigan on
Q: . Is it legal for me to sell pastries from a local bakery in my floral business without a food license?

I have a question that may appear ridiculous, but I feel compelled to ask. I'm a new entrepreneur who wants to bring the relaxing Parisian experience to Michigan. I'm in the midst of starting a luxury floral boutique

In other words, I would be supplied with fresh pastries from an... Read more »

Brent T. Geers
Brent T. Geers
answered on Jun 15, 2022

You should consult a local business attorney, but I believe at the point you are selling food items, then additional licensing may be required.

0 Answers | Asked in Business Formation for California on
Q: My LLC's articles of organization (in CA) says managed by more than one manager. I'm the only owner.

Do I need to fix it? How important is this one error?

4 Answers | Asked in Copyright, Business Formation and Trademark for Kansas on
Q: Do I need to trademark my brand and logo

I am starting a clothing and accessory brand and am curious on how/if I need to trademark my brand name and logo

Michael Ray Smith
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Michael Ray Smith
answered on Jun 9, 2022

Note: I'm a business attorney, not a trademark attorney. Here is generally what I tell people starting up a new business or entering into a new line of business that involves trademarks.

When you ask if you need to "trademark" your brand name and logo, what you are really...
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0 Answers | Asked in Business Formation and Business Law for North Carolina on
Q: I want to start a business but it might closely emulate another business that is a franchise.

I want to open a iced tea shop and name it NC Tea Co. There is another franchise based out of Texas that does the same thing called HTeaO. Their logo included the outline of Texas, my logo will include the outline of NC. I will implement my own practices, procedures, recipes. But it will look... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Business Formation and Business Law for Pennsylvania on
Q: Hello, My name is Demba. Can a Canadian be associated with U.S S corporate formation?

We want to form an S corporation, but one of our associates is Canadian. Can a non-citizen (Canadian) be a shareholder when forming an S corporation in the U.S?

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