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Q: I want to set up a parent LLC and have 3 different subsidiary LLCs under it in Minnesota. How do I go about filing them?
William Bailey
William Bailey answered on Nov 20, 2020

If you want it done correctly, you contact a reputable business law firm and retain their services.

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Q: If I come up with a business name how to I find out it's not take or trademark? In case someone sues me.
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Oct 11, 2020

You chose logical categories for your post, but it remains open for four weeks. There's no guarantee every post is picked up, but your question could have better chances of a meaningful response in the Trademark category - you recognized the issue as well. Trademark is in the same categories... Read more »

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Q: I’m in the pre-startup phase of forming my company and I’m looking for employees to “hire“.

My question with this is can someone legally “hire” for work under the title employee without ever expecting or receiving compensation from their employer. And can NDA be introduced in those working terms?

Carrie Dyer
Carrie Dyer answered on Apr 8, 2020

If you hire an employee, you will need to comply with the federal and state wage and hour laws with regard to compensating that employee. You should consult an employment law attorney in your area for advice.

1 Answer | Asked in Copyright, Business Formation and Business Law for Minnesota on
Q: Is it ilegal to open a bar that is from a TV show idea not the actual show
Lucas Wynne
Lucas Wynne answered on Aug 12, 2017

This question is too vague to provide a thoughtful response. The answer would depend on whether you are infringing on intellectual property.

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Q: I want to form a home improvement llc company in minnesota. If I am an llc company can I obtain building permits?
Richard Michael Gee
Richard Michael Gee answered on Jul 18, 2017

I am not admitted as an attorney in Minnesota, and so cannot give you legal advice on Minnesota law. However, I have never heard of a restriction on LLC's obtaining building permits in the states where I practice, California and Colorado. The bigger issue may be whether the LLC is licensed... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Tax Law and Business Formation for Minnesota on
Q: Right now I operate multiple eCommerce websites under one LLC . I want separate each into their own LLC. is that a good?
Lucas Wynne
Lucas Wynne answered on Mar 7, 2017

There is too little information to provide you advice on this matter.

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Q: We signed the agreement, now what?

So I wrote a partnership agreement for our very small business. We both signed electronically. Now what do I do with it?

Lucas Wynne
Lucas Wynne answered on Aug 18, 2016

You should likely register your business as a partnership through the Secretary of State rather than simply have an agreement.

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