The key to resolution in these types of situations is the initial "mitigation" protocols … in which company A would pay company B … some level of the amount owed. Second issue … is there a written agreement covering how company B is to be paid?
A company that rents my film gear in California is saying they can't send out checks because of the Stay at Home ordinance happening. We are out of jobs and relying on that money owed to us. Is this true? Can companies not cut checks right now?
First, you should comply with the state Stay at Home order as best you can. If you have a critical position within the company, you should discuss the issue with your immediate management or someone in Human Resources, if there is one in your company. Generally, use good common sense for yourself...Read more »
We do drainage around homes, structural repair and retaining walls. We work outside. Am I shut down? I'm seeing lots of vague and conflicting information. If I can work do I have liability if someone gets sick?
As you might imagine this has never happened before so there is no resource to know what will and will not be lawful under these circumstances. The best I can say right now, a few hours after the order was issued, is that unless your business is involved in one of the 16 essential government...Read more »
If your company is a pass through entity you would file a Schedule C. I recommend paying an accountant to prepare your return. They will be able to help you reduce your tax bill. Make sure you use an experienced CPA.
I created a logo, website, and social media accounts for a business that I am just an employee for. I never got paid for them, they never claimed rights to them. I am leaving and the owner is threatening to sue unless I give her all of these things. Would she win in this case?
You will need to share this information with an Intellectual Property attorney to get a solid answer. Often an employee does not own the intellectual property created for their employer while they are employed there. However any employment contracts or other documents you signed when hired or...Read more »
I did not know about this contract signed 11/2018 , until friend sent photo of panels on home. Sister passed 2019 , now I'm dealing with this. Solar company says they only needed one signature. I told them without co-owner signature ? They said yes. Told them they should require both home owners... Read more »
A co-owner has rights to the undivided whole of the property and could sign such a contract. What you need to find out is if the contract was secured by your real property. If it was a secured loan, then the solar company can ultimately force a foreclosure to get their money out, subject to any...Read more »
The classification codes vary depending on whether the product is a good or service. It would not be possible to truly answer your question without more information as, simply based upon your list, you will likely have multiple classification codes as pet apparel is a separate code from treats,...Read more »
loss prevention accuse my husband I'm trying to run him over and my husband was charged with assault with a deadly weapon out of the six videos that was given for evidence only one could be open for trial he also testified against my husband. my husband lawyer requested a retrial because of these... Read more »
Hello, I dissolved a corporation back in September and I'm not receiving notices from the Calif. Franchise Tax Board that I owe in excess of $900 for back "taxes" in 2018, which I think is the $800 annual fee. Am I still responsible to pay this? or can I ignore these notices since the corporation... Read more »
There are many unknowns with your question. Are you a licensed Contractor in CA? Do you have a contract with the person who owes you the money? Does that contract have a mandatory mediation or arbitration clause? If you are a licensed contractor, did you file the proper Mech Lien docs?...Read more »
I bought furniture from ashleys and it was delivered damaged. Called the same day and filed a complaint. Yet they want to send a tech fo my house to bring it up to manufacturing standards. They want to fix it instead of swaping it with a new one. And they denied my request to swap for a new one . I... Read more »
The short answer is to let them know that if you do not get "what you paid for" … then you will want to post an adverse review on Yelp and to take them to small claims court to get your money back and/or to receive what you paid for.
We paid bought a bar in March of 2019- DBA, liquor license, all assets connected to the business. All accounts including credit lines, utilities, vendors etc. were supposed to be transferred or closed. Recently, I received a statement that there is a line of credit in the business name that the old... Read more »
I signed a severance package on December 13th 2019. Today I found out there has been a data branch. A hr representative sent an employee and email that had all employees SSN and names . can I sue them for this data breach even though the severance says I can't sue
For an event not related to the subject matter of the settlement agreement, and occurring after the execution of the agreement, there should not be any obstacle. Of course, this is analysis and no answering attorney has seen the actual document you signed.
Hi, I had work in an art gallery for a show, and when the show was over the gallery owner asked me to leave one piece of work with him so that he could try to sell it. It has been about two and a half years now. I texted with him about getting it back about a year ago and he agreed we'd try to meet... Read more »
The contractor I work for was doing a job for a company called CFS Complete Facility Solutions. We did construction work for them at a Taco Bell. We completed the job and during that process. A corporation called Cushman and Wakefield bought CFS. The contract says they have 90 days to pay us and... Read more »
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