An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. If they have a policy along the lines of of "reserving the right to obtain any and all information in furtherance of maintaining the integrity of accounts... ," or something to that effect, it could be...Read more »
I started a new career 2 years ago and was able to get health insurance through my company. I have some health issues, so rather than cancelling the insurance coverage from my wife, I had her policy switched to my secondary insurance and my new policy as my primary. Yesterday we received a stack... Read more »
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. What type of lawyer? It looks like you already did a good job of identifying the categories - health care law and collections. You could reach out to attorneys in those categories. If you engage an attorney who would...Read more »
Competitions are only giving credit, but some of our dancers are not returning to classes. Parents want a cash refund which involves thousands. Basically the competitions are holding our money forcing us to return to their competition.
By law do I have to give these refunds if I have not... Read more »
The answer is it depends. For the Competitions, the contract the studio/club signed with the Competition legal entity will control that. If the contract says that if the event is canceled or postponed you only get credit, not your money back, that controls. If it is silent about...Read more »
I’m an investor in a privately held company. The company emailed us investors financial statements for 2019 that included settlement amounts from a lawsuit involving an individual. That individual has asked me to provide the specific details regarding the settlement details from the provided... Read more »
In general, you should not disclose settlements, either that they happened or the amount to anyone outside of the investors of the privately held company. It is highly probable that the settlement agreement itself has a confidentiality/non-disclosure provision that prohibits the disclosure of the...Read more »
There are very specific privacy laws surrounding this. Talk with an employment attorney. Also, background checks are not free, so it is a good sign that they are requesting it, but I have only heard of background checks requested after a conditional offer is made and accepted. Talk to an employment...Read more »
What are the laws concerning making someone with a medical condition work a shift that would cause the medical condition become worse? I have a seizure disorder that flairs up due to inconsistent sleep cycles and my employer was scheduling me an overnight shift despite me telling them I was... Read more »
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. Two options you could consider are (1) reposting your question under Ohio Employment Law, which might be a closer match as a category for the issues you describe (but keep in mind that you would be discussing a...Read more »
I contacted this accountant to have my sales tax set up for when I started making sales. He quoted me a price of $50.00 which I agreed to. We were emailing back and forth and I was asking him questions which he did not fully answer. A few days later I received a bill for $490 dollars. I was in... Read more »
Do you have an engagement agreement with the accountant? If so, then the services and rates should be in it. If not, then it will be harder for the accountant to collect, although I would attempt to work it out with the accountant first, explaining everything you have written here, and an offer to...Read more »
My Dad had ownership in a private company and he passed away about a year ago. His brother is claiming he bought my Dad's shares out 15 years ago. My Dad did sell part of this shares (about 30% of his shares were sold) to him about 15 years, but not all of them. My Dad never got a copy of the... Read more »
In Ohio, the Estate would have an interest in the Company, and the Estate would file a complaint to determine the ownership interest of the Estate. The Company would have ledgers of the stock transfers or the sale of membership units. There would be articles of incorporation or organization and...Read more »
As a general rule, no. A parent may waive the liability of a minor or incompetent person under their legal charge. But not for another adult. I am assuming that this example is a true family, with multi-adults, not a company photo where there is a single liable person/entity.
In accordance with our Bylaws, we have fired two board members, we have followed all the procedures as explained in your Constitution. However, these 2 members are being stubborn. They manage to take some of the organization’s fund and they are holding it hostage with them. For the past 9 months,... Read more »
I want to form an LLC form my freelance graphic design company, Im the only employee for now. I also wish to sell t shirts, posters and such under same brand. Like how Disney for example creates movies and sells apparel. Would I need to form two seperate LLCs or just the one and create a dba for... Read more »
There are both legal issues and tax issues to consider. You'll first need to talk to your business tax adviser about your tax situation and the plans for your business, to determine the preferred organization structure. Then use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local business attorney to...Read more »
Plans kept changing totaling more than what was agreed and client failed to extend more payment for additional updates and provide a written change of order. Contract outlines that without written notice contractor can cancel. Client agreed to contract terms prior to start and now wants to sue the... Read more »
The contractor being able to cancel without notice does not, by itself, mean that the contractor is not responsible to return the "retainer fee". The contract should provide under what circumstances the "retainer fee" can be kept, and under what circumstances the "retainer...Read more »
The newly formed corporation now bills the employer and gets paid because the money goes to the corporation and not the individual. Child support is not aware of the new arrangement and thus the individual has been paid with no child support being deducted. Is this a legal way to avoid paying child... Read more »
Child support will still be owed, and the person can be found in contempt for non-payment, and the court can impose sanctions in that person. The person to whom it is owned should use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney to file with the court seeking to have the person held in...Read more »
I'm sorry for your mom's heart attack. Contact the hospital administration where your mom is staying. The billing and collections department could try to investigate what insurance programs she may have coverage under. If her workplace did not provide insurance, contact the social...Read more »
An employer has the ability to transfer its employee. Absent an employment contract, it does not violate the law for them to assign you to a different city. If you are at will, you are free to quit if you do not wish to travel to the new city.
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