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Q: Customer posted a negative review with my name. Can I get it removed?

Customer posted Google review with my name capitalized and corporate has tried to contact with no response. The information is a lie and if she would reference her own receipt, then she would be to see no charge. Do I have a case?

Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
answered on Jun 19, 2019

As you get more with honey than with vinegar first I would suggest you send her a nice letter saying you are sorry to see she is dissatisfied but if she checks her receipt there was no charge. See what her response is. Then a lawyer should help you with a very carefully worded letter to google.

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law, Contracts, Mergers & Acquisitions and Real Estate Law for Pennsylvania on
Q: If an LLC (with a land lease stating the lease cannot be sold) is sold, does this also mean the lease is sold? Breach?

How do I get around a breach? I'm trying to acquire the LLC and continue the current lease as is. The LLC owner wants to retire and offered to sell me his business. Would a partnership with the LLC be a better option rather than an acquisition? Another detail about this situation is that I am... View More

Elizabeth Tarasi
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answered on Jan 8, 2019

Who is the current landlord? Please give me a call in my office. Your transaction seems a little more involved than can be done in a message forum. My office number is 412-391-7135

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Q: The company I worked for was bought out by a larger corporation. We were supposed to get jobs from them but didn't

It's been 5 months I'm still out of work and they are giving me the run around. Do I have legal recourse against either of them?

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Q: I'd like to buy a business in my town - should I buy it as a corporation?
Nancy L Lanard
Nancy L Lanard
answered on May 16, 2017

You should buy only the assets of the business, not the stock or membership interest of the entity that currently owns the business. Most like you should form your own entity - either a corporation or limited liability company to own the business. You should consult with an attorney to advise... View More

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