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 »
We are the number one minority, We are also for our clients a tax break when they file their taxes being we are in all ladies commercial/residential company.We are going on five years flipping homes. I have got to get Some form of income to keep the last five employees I have. I have already lost... Read more »
I'm very sorry for your difficult situation, especially since it seems to have resulted from your being kind and thoughtful of your employees. You could consult with attorneys to investigate whether there is anything they might be able to do - but that could further add to your expenses - it...Read more »
You may apply to register a trademark that does not infringe on any other trademark in use in the same or related category of goods or services. For federal registration, you may go to the USPTO website for more information. It is recommended that you work with a trademark attorney to assist you...Read more »
A Florida attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. As a general premise in any type of discrimination matter, one usually needs to demonstrate violation of rights as a protected class. There aren't a lot of details to go by here, but based on these brief facts, it...Read more »
I'm starting a small music streaming service. And one of the bands I was talking to said that they do not own the licenses to their music. But would like to be on the platform. They mentioned to me that, to use their music, I do not have to pay royalties, so long as the platform is free, as... Read more »
This sounds like a situation where you will need to hire a lawyer. There are a lot of moving parts that need to be parsed out. You may want to look into getting a blanket license like many radio stations have.
Look into hiring a copyright lawyer that has experience with musicians and...Read more »
We have been looking for a place since August online.we have spoken to several brokers over the past few months we signed with one of them but we found a place on our own. Do we have to keep this agent.
I am a Home Health Physical Therapist Assistant (1099 Independent Contractor) in FL. I have professional liability insurance but want to make sure my personal home, retirement, savings and investment accounts are safe if I am sued. I set up a single-member LLC, but my accountant recommended to... Read more »
You seem to be concerned about protecting yourself from any professional malpractice suits, which is what professional liability insurance is for. If you provide your services under an LLC, you'd need to insure both the LLC and yourself individually, and if that causes a substantial...Read more »
I would sell them to local small businesses that do ac repair and need hvac units for their customers. I do not have a license and wanted to know if I legally needed one to be able to buy and sell hvac in FL
I don't think you need a license from the Construction Industry Licensing Board but you would need an occupational license. You should also form an S corporation or LLC to protect you and have the manufacturer cover you under its product liability insurance..
I am a 50% owner non managing member of a Florida LLC that owns a single asset; commercial property . The managing member (MM) is a 50% owner who enjoys a Net Lease for his Florida Corporation to operate on the property. The LLC operating agreement and a lease contract state that the MM's... Read more »
The business claims they overpaid me and want reimbursed for employment wages. I moved from Ohio to what was supposed to be an on-site managers apartment plus 1500 monthly compensation. The apartment was declined as it was not safe to live in. There are also people living in storage units and... Read more »
A free one of limited search capability is Google Scholar - Google: google scholar case law. The sites that lawyers use, which cost money, but which may also be available for free at law libraries, include Westlaw, LexisNexis, and Fastcase.
My business, myself and employees are in fear because we are receiving phone calls, stalking with threats, online defamation to my business from a person. We reported to the police many times but didn't see any result. I really can't afford right now for an attorney and just want to see... Read more »
IMO, there is no experienced Florida banking lawyer--including me--who sees this question who would stick out their neck to answer it. Why? Because six-figure financial business matters are far too important to the parties for you to be asking about it here. If you are worried about impact on you...Read more »
You will need to consult with a trademark attorney to assist you with the trademark registration process to ensure that no one else is currently using the trademark in the same or related class that you intend to use.
Have a verbal contract with years of recorded deposits proving the contract/agreement exists, some email evidence, but after realizing inaccuracies between their accountant's #s and my deposit #s vs our agreement, prior to confrontation or making them aware of suspicion, I need to consult an... Read more »
Aside from your emails you must obtain as much information as possible regarding bank accounts and loans (bank statements, bank forms executed attesting to a partnership and the names of the individual partners, maybe even % of interest) , income tax records for past years, any contracts executed...Read more »
There are multiple owners of a school and one of them from the beginning was a financial contributor but has since been inactive and is not staying in contact, after multiple attempts. The remaining owners are active in the operation of the business and in constant contact regarding business... Read more »
You could have a special meeting of the shareholders after written notice to all shareholders as provided in your bylaws or just prepare a written consent of your intended actions signed by the shareholders owning a majority of the issue and outstanding shares in accordance with Section 607.0704.
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