I believe you are asking if your web address and user names need to match your business' name. If so, the answer is no. BUT, you are correct when you say you must make it clear that you are operating as a limited liability company, so your footer, signature, and other public information should...Read more »
The members/managers here want to "dissolve" (wind up) their LLC, but they don't have an operating agreement that addresses winding up. Also, that LLC previously forfeited its charter under the Tax Code for failure to pay its franchise taxes. I'm wondering if, under the Texas... Read more »
It depends on whether there are unpaid debts and what assets there are that need to be sold or distributed. For example, if the LLC owns real estate, at present, no one is able to sign a deed for the LLC, and reinstatement would be necessary; if all that's left is some office furniture and...Read more »
If we started a buisness with 5 people and one of the partners volunteer to leave and just wanted what they put in and we oked that in the contract and signed it to be paid evenly between the last 4 partners and the after 5 months 3 of the partners paid there portion already but the last partners... Read more »
It will depend upon the language in the contract you signed to buy out the first partner. If the contract says each remaining partner is reliable for his/her own share, then you're ok. If it says the business is responsible as a whole, you may have to pay and go after the non-paying partner...Read more »
I am filing an LLC in Pennsylvania to provide general accounting service and preparing tax as a CPA, are the services to be provided considered restricted professional services? The LLC will be a single member LLC. The member is a licensed CPA. No public accounting (typically Auditing or advisory)... Read more »
The terms of your contract between you and "employer" would govern what happens if services are suspended and you had made sales that qualify for payment prior to the suspension. Often times, employers will put people on 1099 arrangements when in fact they have a more traditional...Read more »
The website I would be buying is the same words just moved around. And the merchandise would potentially be clothing designed to look similar to the original brand’s clothing but not the same. Or would it be legal to offer this new and similar domain to the owner of the original for a price?
I'm not sure I understand your question. Are you buying books from people who may or may not have the legal right to translate them? If that is the case, you should have a clause in your contract saying that (1) the seller represents and warrants that the seller has all legally required...Read more »
Hi Justia, If I rent my car using HyreCar, the person renting the vehicle violates the law with the vehicle that is registered to my name in the state. Am I personally liable for their violation? Let's say they did a crime against another person or endangered a life. The vehicle is in perfect... Read more »
You may want to repost this under Business Formation and Business Law. There's no guarantee that all questions are picked up, but an attorney who deals with the formation of corporations or other legal entities would probably have the strongest insight into issues of liability on CIVIL...Read more »
We are a small software company in Florida. We are planning to use the fictitious name as heading in the End User License Agreement (EULA) instead of the legal company name, but the legal company name is mentioned in the body of the agreement, for example, "Company A doing business as XYZ... Read more »
From your statement, it is obvious that there needs to be a personal strategy session with an experienced civil litigation attorney. This will also be beyond the scope of what most attorneys will include in a free consultation. During this pandemic, you have a choice of either seeing your attorney...Read more »
It depends on how you use the trademarked image. Trademark infringement depends on a lot of factors such as: (1) strength of the marks, (2) relatedness of the goods, (3) similarity of the marks, (4) evidence of actual confusion, (5) marketing channels, (6) degree of consumer care, (7)...Read more »
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