In order to get a trademark back depends on when and why it was abandoned or cancelled. Generally, a new registration and application is required to filed with the USPTO. In rare circumstances the cancellation can be appealed. Seeking guidance of trademark attorney or service may be useful in...View More
I am starting an online personal training and nutrition programming business, I am wondering which legal documents are required to protect me and if I need insurance if I have the client sign the correct documents.
I hope you had a professional in insurance defense look at your release and waivers. The problems inherent in your business if you are doing nutrition, excercise, don't necessarily review doctor reports, especially if you don't have a degree in either are daunting. Insurance, being a...View More
In an Series LLC, the business and assets of each series can be managed and operated separately (can have separate owners/mgrs, separate operating agreement that specifies a separate division of profits and losses, even separation of legal liability between each series w/i an LLC. Apparently a... View More
Hawaii law does not currently provide for series LLCs. If you wanted to use Hawaii LLCs, you would have to form multiple LLCs, which you could then stack under a holding company if you wanted. Alternatively, you could always just form your LLCs in a jurisdiction that allows series LLCs, e.g.,...View More
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