I am anticipating from your question that a party is suspending performance or request for performance for an indefinite period of time - I don't have enough information to respond to your question and the contract and facts would probably control the answer. If the contract provides that either...Read more »
Contracts with local clients- established. Investor wanted to deposit “monies” from unknown sources into business account. I am a Lease holder and investor has put myself and the employees out. Investor has made slanderous comments to members of the business community. I have lost all wages,... Read more »
Church objected, so his permit was denied. Are we still at risk of that happening today if we reapply? The church is not adjacent to the store and is not touching the property line. It's roughly a quarter mile away.
Probably- most cities have local ordinances which specify that any business selling alcohol have to be located various distances from churches or schools. ( The distance can vary- depending on whether the sale is for consumption on the premises or for "take out" - it can also vary for beer/ wine or...Read more »
My mom took my 14 yo daughter to get a drink at McDonald's tonight, where they go all the time. Normally, my mom gets a lg Diet Coke and my daughter gets a lg sweet tea, but tonight they switched, and my daughter got the Diet Coke. There are a few employees at this McDonald's that do not like my... Read more »
In order to have a claim for negligence or an intentional tort you must have suffered damages. Damages usually means physical damages or monetary damages. On the facts you provided, no one got hurt (fortunately). Since you suffered no damages, you would have no viable legal claims. Best option...Read more »
You could bring it to the attention of the pharmacist to check if you did in fact receive the correct medication you were supposed to receive, and if the label error only involved your prescription (rather than additionally involving someone else out there who might have received your intended...Read more »
didn't even use it. being sued by a a co. called stellar records. they are represented by a firm in milwaukee, they are asking for 8000, in 1 payment or 10000. in time payments. would be wise to ask to settle this for a much smaller amount somewhere around 750. and surrender hard drive. not... Read more »
You will likely need to talk to an attorney. If you have not used any item then you likely have not infringed on any protected work. You may have a right of action against the company that sold you the hard drive as well. You may have a number of legal defenses.
You can hire an attorney to file a Declaratory Judgment Action against the County and State. It would probably be a Fifth Amendment based issue, but has little likelihood of success. The expense alone would exceed the the Sewer Charges for several years.
He is trying to assume control of the business since I have been out due to illness, misses 2 days a week due to Alcohol. If I fire him do I need to compensate him since he is an equal stockholder. We no longer have a buy-sell agreement due to a prior lawsuit last year. He does not want another... Read more »
This can't be answered in this limited question-answer format. An attorney would need to closely review the corporations' by-laws to determine how to break a "deadlock." Since you are "equal stockholders" it appears that neither of you have the legal authority to oust or exclude the other. based...Read more »
Your question is not clear to me. TCA 62-20-101 et seq. provides for licensing of business that collect debts. Subsection e allows for someone to voluntarily make a payment or in the event of a final judgment pay the judgment. The person cannot set aside the payment simply because he debt...Read more »
If you have insurance, you should make them aware of claim. The insurer may provide you with a defense. Also a seller has a number of defenses to a products claim. Not sure why you cant get insurance. May need to ask another agent to help you. I am assuming this means after this claim was made,...Read more »
A collective mark is a type of trademark owned not by an individual or company but by a collective group- so that each member of the group can use the mark. For example the wool trade mark or cotton trademark.
Dilution in value .. equity dilution in value occurs whenever more stock is...Read more »
My brother gave all pertinent papers (*wills) to this person, then realized it was not the person who had been hired. He stopped payment on a check in the amt. of $6800.00, called the appropriate person, and he's now waiting to hear from him again. I live in TN, as well as my brother, although he's... Read more »
You will have to call the Sheriff's Department and ask to swear out a Warrant with a Detective. Let the Magistrate decide which Criminal Statute was violated. But since you actually paid no money, probably no charges will be issued. It is possible a Complaint to the Land Surveyor's Branch of...Read more »
Your question is unclear- there will be no "common law" on these issues. Any issues concerning a corporation's assumed name or reserved name are governed by the state statutes regarding corporations, and also perhaps the rules of the Secretary of States' office.
Congratulations on your new venture! I hope that it is a great success.
You can start to protect your intellectual property right away. The most important for you will likely be trademarking your product names, logos, etc. You can file for federal registrations before you ship your first...Read more »
I suspect not- changing the name will require filing documents to change the ownership of property, vehicles. business licenses, etc. Also, unless it is a sole proprietorship ( a single owner), changing the name will require filing documents with the Secretary of State ( for corporations and...Read more »
to daughter for 5 years. After 5 years, daughters' 50% shares to be given to employee/manager. His will named employee as CEO & daughter as Secretary. Who owns the C Corporation? Who is entitled to the financial Corporate assets? Daughter also named as Executor but cleared money out of... Read more »
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