Where did you get the idea that a multi-member LLC is needed for "asset protection"? The owner or owners of a legitimate limited liability company are not generally liable for the debts of the LLC. On the other hand, creditors of the owners may levy upon a LLC (and its assets) to...Read more »
is the Figurella Method a registered trademark? Can I open a business that does the same type of Figurella business under a different name? Should I modify something in the method to avoid any legal complications?
I'm part of a non-physician-owned group that acquired a professional association in a stock purchase with another LLC. I got feedback that an LLC cannot own a PA. Do I need to change the PA entity - articles of incorporation, etc.
The central issue is not the PA, per se. It is splitting the fees. In general, physicians are prohibited to split fees with non-physicians. A few exceptions exist. One of them is exception to corporate practice where they do not hold out to the public as health care clinic. Some of the examples are...Read more »
I am sorry for your loss on the passing of your dad, please accept my condolences for you and your family at this sad and difficult time. The answer to your question is unknown, but probably not until you pro vide more details and specifics. You will need to start by getting a copy of the current...Read more »
Their prices?.. I paid for a plastic surgery procedure and decided to do the procedure at a later date when the date arrive the plastic surgery place stated that the price of the procedure have increased but I have already paid it in full at an earlier time do they have the right to charge me an... Read more »
A Florida attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. A basic doctrine of contract law that holds true nationwide is that the terms of a valid contract agreed upon by both sides will apply. But that is a general textbook principle. A Florida attorney who reviewed the...Read more »
You should review your business documents such as your Corporate Bylaws or LLC Operating Agreement. You would want to contact an attorney and have them take a look at the documents that you do have in place, and if there are none in place then it goes to state default statutes. You really need to...Read more »
This could amount to trademark infringement. Trademark infringement is the unauthorized use of a trademark or service mark on or in connection with goods and/or services in a manner that is likely to cause confusion, deception, or mistake about the source of the goods and/or services. This...Read more »
they quoted: Under Article 113 of the Colorado Business Corporation Act, saying "If you wish to assert dissenters’ rights, you must deliver to the Company, no later than [30 DAYS AFTER NOTICE]" which has expired.. I'm curious if someone sends a notice saying you have 30 days and... Read more »
I will be starting a online business and decided to go with sole proprietor. And i have doing some research and i want to get a Dba and i know im supposed to publish it in a news paper but not really sure how and i know im supposed to put an address also for the newspaper but my business will be on... Read more »
In Florida, Section 865.09 of the Florida Statutes requires the one-time publication of a legal notice of the fictitious name in a newspaper in the county where the principal place of the business will be located. I believe your residence address would be the location of your business.. After...Read more »
To start, you'd need to be more protective and discrete about your business ideas without disseminating them on the internet. And if you believe in your idea, you'd need to include legal costs as part of your start-up costs.
I know many nonprofit companies that sell products/services and make money they don’t help a community at all. I would sell gift boxes and make a profit and help low income/foster care kids. I need help knowing what to do and how to set this organization up. I live in Florida. But any advice on... Read more »
This is not just one question. This is a set of questions, which includes a) how to incorporate; b) how to receive non-profit status ; c) how to maintain a non-profit status. It is not easy to answer in a short form. You should start by incorporating and proceed to schedule a consultation with an...Read more »
We have not closed on second home condo. We want the condo to be owned by me and my wife's new LLC we are forming in Florida. On the LLC application, it asks for Place of business in Florida. Can we list the condo address as the Place of business before we technically own the condo? If we do,... Read more »
To the best of my knowledge, no such attorneys exist.
IMO, what you want to do is not possible in this nation of laws that intentionally encourage unlimited commercial advertising with its corresponding egregious invasion of privacy coupled with complete "transparency" of...Read more »
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