Scott C. Stockwell's answer If a limited liability company is properly formed, operated, and capitalized, a judgment against the LLC would not normally be enforceable against the individual members of the LLC. You should consult with legal counsel to determine whether the company has been properly formed, operated, and capitalized.
Thomas. R. Morris' answer The Michigan LLC Act requires that the company's books and records be maintained at the registered office or its principal place of business. MCL 450.4213. You could use the Troy address as the registered office even if it is not the principal place of business. Whether you should do so is not a legal question.
Thomas A. Grossman's answer I can't say that what the third person did is "illegal," but it is certainly not proper to be the only member of the LLC that has actually put money into the LLC that is other than capital. You should tell the third party that the LLC is not responsible for paying off his loan.
Michael Hales' answer There are going to be a number of ethical issues here for attorneys. For example, there are rules about referral services like this as well as how the attorneys would be paid. Because there are so many issues to discuss, I'd recommend finding an attorney to review this all in detail.
Joseph D. Allen's answer There are too many unknown factors involved here for a comprehensive answer. Generally, an employer can ask you to do additional tasks without an increase in pay. You suggest that there could be discrimination involved, but provide no basis on which to evaluate whether there is any sort of discrimination by the employer in the failure to promote/give raise or the disciplinary action. It may be worthwhile to speak with an employment/labor attorney who offers free initial consultations.
Camille Brooks Ibrahim's answer It depends! The first line of business is to find out if the toy is patented. If it is then no you will be able to market this toy without consenting with the manufacturer. If it is not patent, then just to be on the safe side you might want to speak to an IP attorney, such as my office, or someone near yourself and request further options.
Thomas A. Grossman's answer Go to the following link on your computer: https://ttcl.intuit.com/questions2133106. They will have an answer for you. It is, however, rather long and complicated. Good Luck.
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