My company just sold a portion of its business to another company. This sale includes physical assets and supported customer contracts with those assets. As a part of the sale, they sold some employees too, the idea being that those employees would immediately cease to be employees of their... Read more »
I AM SELF EMPLOYED. I have a business phone and a personal phone both are cell phones. if i get business related calls on my personal cell phone does that mean i still cant sue the caller because i am a business owner? i have my personal phone on the do not call list . state and federal registry.... Read more »
answered on Feb 7, 2023
You pose good questions. I file lots of Telephone Consumer Protection Act class actions and can tell you that this is a hot area of law, because my cell phones are now both personal and business lines. Text messages are a bit different. I suggest you have an attorney. The calls and texts raise... Read more »
Is there a Missouri statute regarding timely bill delivery and payment of such
answered on Jan 18, 2023
I have succeeded in getting a client their vehicle back in a situation similar to this.
answered on Jan 3, 2023
The application SN 74343304 (IF YOU BUILD IT THEY WILL COME) was for art prints, but was abandoned. Applications to register that mark for construction services and fitness centers were made but abandoned.
IF YOU BUILD IT THEY WILL COME is currently registered for use on apparel, but there... Read more »
answered on Oct 18, 2022
No one here know the facts, the evidence, and how testimony will be viewed. Until a jury renders a guilty verdict and it is upheld on appeal, anyone can theoretically beat any charge.
I was told about a year ago that my account and book were removed from Amazon and I found out today they still had my book in their online book store. What are my options?
answered on Sep 15, 2022
I would have to see the agreement you signed with them. I would also have understand how they communicated to you that your account and book had been removed.
Based on this information, it may make sense to develop a litigation strategy.
process started and if I didn't want the boat once it was built, they would sell it at their dealership. I electronically signed the paperwork but they did not. About a month later I received a Final purchase agreement from the bus. manager and it was for $9,000 less. I liked that price so I... Read more »
answered on Aug 19, 2022
They are withholding the title, so the answer to your question of whether they can hold the title is "yes." The better question is whether you would be in strong legal position if you were to sue. Any attorney would need to review your contract and be hired in order to give you sound... Read more »
We mainly work with helping claimants to recover overages from a tax lien sale and in MO it requires an attorney to file a petition with the courts.
I'd like to sell wig hats with hair attached, and embellish it with rhinestones. I'd also like to sew animal ears on them. The hats that I plan to use are from brands like Nike, Chanel, Adidas, and Coca-Cola.
answered on Jun 28, 2022
No. These companies have registered trademarks and trade dress filings that cover the logo hats they manufacture. You may for your own use embellish your own hat by one of these brands but if you sell their hats embellished in commerce they will sue you for infringement, obtain an injunction... Read more »
I am the founder and president of a non-profit organization, registered in Missouri since 2019. A former board member has stolen the intellectual property of the organization and is using the organization's name for personal use. They have removed my access to the domain name in the... Read more »
answered on Jun 4, 2022
The devil is going to be in the details on this, and there are probably dozens of follow-up questions that a nonprofit attorney (which I am) or an intellectual property attorney (which I am not) would ask you. But here are some thoughts.
This type of situation often arises when two or more... Read more »
My former business partner redirected an invoice from what is now my firm to his new firm. He did not inform me of his action. He is entitled to the funds, but he was no longer with my firm when he made the transfer and he used access to his work email from my firm to do so. I
answered on Mar 1, 2022
He may have violated Missouri’s statute against computer tampering. The big question is whether you wish to spend money pursuing him.
answered on Feb 24, 2022
Creating a corporation (either under subchapter S or C) or a limited liability company to operate your business is a wise decision for multiple reasons, one of which is the protection of your personal assets. Typically, that means that your personal belongings and similar items could not be sought... Read more »
I own 3 restaurants (one of which my wife and I bought in 2014. The other two I had before we married). This 3rd restaurant operates under one of my original corporations formed in 2005, and she would like to buy me out (we are divorcing amicably) and I need the expertise to properly set her up... Read more »
answered on Jan 4, 2022
First of all, congratulations on working this out amicably. Dividing up these assets will involve at least one written agreement between the two of you, and should also include the formation of a legal entity by your wife, as you indicate. I strongly encourage you to seek legal counsel to assist... Read more »
If I don't pay him now he's locking up my businessis this even legal
answered on Nov 5, 2021
It is unlawful for your landlord to engage in “self help” by changing the locks.
The written agreement was supposed to be revised by an legal representative after my tenant and I agreed to all the terms that we wrote. Neither parties had any exsperienceing in writing a legalized lease and we both agreed that our agreement was going to be given to an licensed agent to be... Read more »
answered on Oct 30, 2021
I recommend that you have an attorney review the agreement to determine if it is enforceable.
If bifurcation is a breach of contract
answered on Sep 20, 2021
Your post is not well written. I think you need some help.
It a Operating Agreement want to make sure my son is making the right desion
answered on Jul 9, 2021
Any lawyer with contract experience could assist. I don’t see why an attorney would perform such work for free. It shouldn’t cost you more than an hour of attorney time for a short contract.
answered on May 14, 2021
Depends on where you are getting the figures from and how old they are.
Consult with an attorney.
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