i have a store i am renting in Manhattan (footwear) i am there since 1991 i approach the landlord back in March stating that i cannot pay the rent due to COVID, we start negotiating with 2 months free rent , however in march we had the lock down, the told me that we will see what happen and they... Read more »
It depends how your clause is written. As you defaulted before the PAUSE order in March, you do not get all of the COVID protections, including the voiding of guarantees like yours in NYC. You should continue to try to work something out. Once the courts start hearing cases again, my belief is...Read more »
I did not want to purchase the warranty but without it I was not going to be allowed to purchase the vehicle. I requested written information regarding the warranty but nobody at the dealership was able to provide me with that, all they could do was tell me that it was mandatory and would be valid... Read more »
I work in solar sales, paid commission. Normally I get 25% when job is started and 75% of my pay when it is installed (typically 2-3 months later but covid made that 4-6 months). My company took the PPP money and paid all the salespeople on all their jobs the full amount with those funds. However,... Read more »
There are three members in the LLC, of which no one ever signed the operating agreement. It was formed to handle business for a podcast. One member left the podcast has left, and he wants to keep the LLC since he paid for the legal fees associated with the formation of the business. The two other... Read more »
Greetings, it appears your LLC is having a member dispute. Member disputes are common in LLCs, indeed in any type of group venture. Member disputes must be resolved for the sake of the business. If the business is being driven to the ground because of the dispute however then dissolution may be...Read more »
You're asking about media in which the owner can assert certain intellectual property rights. This does involve all the categories you correctly listed, but if you reposted in the Copyright Law category, the attorneys there could probably offer the most meaningful insight. Good luck
It's an important right provided by the First Amendment and corporations can also enjoy those rights. It is not an absolute right. There are limitations, such as fighting words, defamation, obscenity, false advertising, and others. Good luck
Contract terms state that the the violating party will handle lawyers expenses. Invoices have been sent regularly but the violatiing company does not respond. My company is register in MN but prefer the case to be handled in NY because the company is present in NY with multiple engagements/... Read more »
Not really that novel a case. You can sue. Stated account claims are simple. Not sure if there are defenses. It is an hourly fee. Collection is always an issue, but if you do nothing, you get nothing, and that is the worst case scenario.
This is a contingency contract depended on we sell the property located in FL. Because this pandemic happened, we didn't sell a property located in FL. So we don't have money to purchase the Property located in Steuben county, NY. The seller refuses to return our deposit ($10K).
You won't be able to make the claim in small claims court in NY. The Defendant must reside, work or have a business address within the five western towns of Suffolk County. You'd have to bring the claim in county court, which will be considerably more expensive and may be cost...Read more »
If you repost your question under the Trademark section, you'll have better chances of getting a response. You're correct in that it is a business law matter, but trademark is a more accurate category for the issues that concern you here.
My contract calls for weekly compensation and commissions but they are ignoring my written requests for past due weekly compensation, expense reimbursements and commissions. I am in possession of their goods used as samples
We are asking because we are getting married next may and want a guarantee that if they go bankrupt that we will not lose the many thousands of dollars that we would have made in down payments so we offered to set up an escrow account (which should have been totally fine) but the venue response... Read more »
Pursuant to Governor Cuomo's Executive Order, the moratorium on evictions has been extended to August 20th, so there is no immediate threat of eviction. However, the Executive Order does not relieve a tenant's obligation to pay rent.... It just temporarily removes the ability of the...Read more »
I am currently building an online adult Toy store, I haven’t done anything yet except source products. I live in New York. My question is legally do I have to have an 18+ only disclosure on my website?
Yes. Although New York has protected First Amendment rights in the context of adult stores. I believe is a good business practice to add a statement that your store will make efforts to restrict sales to minors.
Additionally, since you sell online through credit cards, access to shopping...Read more »
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