I am getting married Oct 24th, and we asked a growing photographer who was a friend to take pics. No contract was signed, but I paid him. He is now moving out of state and lost the 2nd photographer and said he can't refund the money... We asked him to just photograph alongside new... Read more »
I can't tell if the member just never signed or has been objecting for a year and a half as to the contents of the agreement. Lot of details needed to be able to respond to this meaningfully. For instance does the "member" supposed to have a controlling interest- investment. How...Read more »
It could be if the people are giving you their personal information confidentially and the "giveaway" is being run by some other person. Then you are disclosing their personal information. Better to disclose that you plan to do this and provide them the choice to opt out.
I signed a contract and have paid. My fiancé is being deployed next year so we cannot reschedule. The venue is making changes to what is in my contract due to COVID restrictions and I want to just cancel and be refunded.
In addition to whatever the terms are in your contract, there are principals of general contract law regarding unforeseeable intervening events, impossibility and frustration of purpose that may apply to your situation. In addition, if the venue refuses to allow you to cancel and return your...Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a GENERAL matter, it could depend zoning laws, municipal ordinances/codes, and other possible regulations or community guidelines. It sounds like the property is yours, but if you rent, the terms of a lease could...Read more »
It might still be valid. This depends upon how the sale was structured and the agreements made with the buyer. I recommend that you discuss with an employment law attorney before you make any decisions.
The employment authorization document (EAD) issued to you by USCIS authorizes your lawful employment while you await the adjudication of the FORM I-485. You can register an LLC if you are able to fulfill all of the state requirements of the state where you intend to operate your business. You can...Read more »
I started working with a roofing Client in August of 2019, this month marks his 1 year wrap up and instead of renewing he is threatening me with legal action because he's upset about COVID and the complete lack of business, traffic and conversions on his website, all out of my control as... Read more »
Basically, I want to purchase on-demand liability insurance for independent contractors that get jobs through my site and I want to know if it is illegal to make this purchase as if I am them if I have their consent in signature form.
A Wisconsin attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Insurance is generally governed by state laws, but as a general matter, if information falls through the cracks and the carrier raises a defense that they were not provided with accurate information as to a...Read more »
There are a few factors that will play into your decision, including how many properties you are planning on holding, whether there will be other owners, partners or investors in the business, and what your tax situation is. Often, real estate holding companies will be structured as LLCs. Many...Read more »
Different states have different executive orders and conditions for public spaces, but nationwide, the overall policies are behind establishments that require masks, in some cases excused with doctor's note. Good luck
A business can tap into sub-contractors' labor and may solely rely on sub-contractors. It signifies that you do not have much control over their work. A good overview of what factors would be considered an independent contractor v. employee can be found here-...Read more »
We have been waiting from past few months for payments from vendor, they are asking ask for settlement but we are decided to file a petition in court? What steps need to be taken and how long will my petition will take?
A joint venture contract was signed and the other person put a name of an LLC that was not filed until the following day, it showed up officially about 5 days later on sunbiz.org. I want to know if I can claim this contract void if the day of signing the agreement, their LLC did no exist.
Interesting question - I would have thought that G.O.A.T. (greatest of all time) would be too generic to trademark, but I see that some people have successfully done it. You should check the TESS database (tess2.uspto.gov) to search for all of the US registered trademarks with the word GOAT in...Read more »
l want to inquire about the possibility of registering a joint name i.e. "PETER and PAUL". I would like the use both names to label my product or would either use PETER or PAUL separately for the same category of product. Is this allow in U.S trademark law.
Generally speaking, you may use the trademark you choose so long as it complies with trademark law, ie. it is not confusingly similar to another trademark in the same or related class/category or misleading, etc. However if you register a trademark, you should use that trademark with the spelling...Read more »
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