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Q: Broker Agreement Question

I'm working to find buyers for a supplier of goods. I want to receive a commission for each sale that ever happens between the buyer and the supplier. What is the best way for me to achieve this? What kind of agreement should I use? Where can I find a template I can use? (I'm an... View More

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Q: What does 2% PB mean in business?
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Q: What is CIF, FOB, and OTG in shipping? What do these terms entail?

What is the significance and meaning of these terms?

Q: Company owns the right for a Dodgers mural, is company allow to merchandise (t-shirt) the mural w Dodgers in it.

Company paid Artist for the mural. Contract states work is own by the company. Company wishes to merchandise the Mural image, (t shirts, postcards, keychain). The mural contains a Dodger player. Is the company allow to Merchandise, or company need license form MLB team.

0 Answers | Asked in Business Law, Copyright and Public Benefits for Florida on
Q: as a photographer can photos of people in a public space be added to my website without the permission of the person?

as a freelance photographer, do i really need someones permission to add the pictures i take in a public setting to my website? or would this not be allowed for any reason?

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts, Employment Law and Business Law for Arizona on
Q: Do I need to ask to resign employment contract so I can sign it as sole member of my LLC, instead of my personal name?

Hello, I am a mobile notary in Arizona. I am considered an independent contractor. I signed an employment agreement with a contracting company who is the middle man between me and title companies that hire them to find people like me. The contracting company pays me with checks made payable to my... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Business Law, Civil Litigation, Employment Law and Small Claims for West Virginia on
Q: An owner of a company is fratnizing with an employee of his, is there a law against this behaviour?

Owner of this company male, is currently ina relationship with female. In doing so they have alienated all employees except for one. Including lying about work performance so that hours may be cut in claims that she the one in relationship and one other are the only ones who could run said... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law for California on
Q: I'm in Fontana, California. I want to introduce buyers and sellers for a commission each sale. Do I need a license?

I might something negotiate a price down or up, or encourage a potential customer to buy more. If the need for license is industry specific, please inform me of which industry. (I know a supplier of sugar that I might want to find sales for. Also, I'm independent.)

EDIT: I should... View More

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answered on Jun 17, 2024

Based on the information you provided, it seems like you are interested in acting as an independent sales representative or broker, facilitating transactions between buyers and sellers in exchange for a commission. The need for a license largely depends on the specific industry and the nature of... View More

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Q: I have a major issue about the Dollar General in Morse Louisiana involving a prepay net-spend they stole from me I need

I really need help I bought the card went home to activate it netspend said to go back to the store to have it rescanned it was scanned improperly. Seven times with several representatives on the phone to instruct her how to properly scan it. She refused mean ugly vulgar cursing refusing to talk to... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law and Intellectual Property for Maryland on
Q: Can I operate using a trade name for my LLC even if it has not yet been filed with the state?

Let's say my LLC name is "ABC Company, LLC", and I want to use the trade name of "ABC Company". While this is obviously a generalized example, in practice my LLC name is fairly unique. Additionally, I plan on filing my trade name in the short term, but I do not want to have... View More

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You are generally allowed to operate your business using a trade name (also known as a fictitious business name or DBA) even if it has not yet been officially filed with the state, as long as you meet certain requirements and follow the proper procedures for filing the trade name within a... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce, Family Law, Business Law and Identity Theft for Oregon on
Q: Just the final judgment for dissolution and is an unfair decision due to i dont have an attorney, so being a respondent

I was treated unfair, no objection was allow knowing she was faulty story. It all happened since lat August of 2022, when i found out she was teaming up with the technicians to cheated with the salon money. I was so in loved with her and our kids so I closed my eyes acting like nothing happened... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Contracts, Business Law and Libel & Slander for Minnesota on
Q: Do I have a case against hertz rental if they denied me the opportunity to respond to or just be notified what was said?

There were multiple people making false reports against me, which would be defamation since I can prove it correct?

Robert Kane
Robert Kane
answered on Jun 15, 2024

The employer has no obligation to conduct an investigation. A defamation lawsuit would be against the individuals who made the statement, not Hertz. Feel free to consult with an employment attorney.

1 Answer | Asked in Banking, Business Formation and Business Law on
Q: What business license is required to operate an escrow service for consumers? Home renters are my customers.

My startup allows home renters to put their security deposit in my platform when they rent homes. I return the money back after their lease ends minus the fees for the service. What type of license is needed to run this? Its like a consumer escrow i think

Jennifer Newton
Jennifer Newton
answered on Jun 17, 2024

Your startup idea is indeed similar to a consumer escrow service, which typically involves handling financial transactions and holding funds on behalf of your customers. Operating an escrow service generally requires specific licensing and regulatory compliance, which can vary by state.

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law, Business Law, Internet Law and Small Claims for Washington on
Q: Need to talk with a lawyer about a lawsuit because my online earnings have been depleted when promised they would not.

My job is rating products for a commission and I have earned so much that I have gone up three levels and I need to finish a small set of rating products to receive all my earnings, but the system has welfare tasks that put your earnings

into a negative amount equal to what you have... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Family Law, Tax Law and Business Law for California on
Q: Is consulting with an attorney a privileged communication

I am a pro se. The opposing council is demanding discovery of my communications with attorneys I consult with. I declined to provide information other than a privilege log. He's now threatening to move for request to compel discovery. Can he do that?

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Under California law, communications between a client and an attorney are generally considered privileged and confidential, even if you are representing yourself (pro se). This privilege means that you are not required to disclose the content of your communications with attorneys you have... View More

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Q: Do political 527 organizations have to comply with CCPA?
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Under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), the law primarily applies to businesses that collect personal information from California residents and meet certain criteria, such as having annual gross revenues over $25 million, buying or selling the personal information of 50,000 or more... View More

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Q: I am a foriegn student in poland.I want to start a limited liabilities company.Is it legal and what about the procedures

Limited liabilities company namely a recruitement agency in poland.I also have a company under my name in my home country.I want to know the details and what all permits I should take.

0 Answers | Asked in Banking, Business Formation and Business Law for New Jersey on
Q: How can I sue Cash App for data breach?

I have been getting scammed through Cash app for months when I contacted Cash App Support they told me to block all the vendors and they sent me a new card when I asked them for any information. They refused to email it to me. I contacted Apple support where the money said it was getting taken from... View More

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