My husband has had almost $8500 deducted from his paycheck for insurance premiums that have not been paid by the employer. What recourse do we have? I feel we are owed that money back. Also, we’re getting bills now for medical services / doctors appointments that we assumed we had coverage for.... Read more »
If the insurer had agreed to pay for your work as opposed to the insured then the insurer may be liable. If your contract/ agreement is with the insured- and the insurer is supposed to pay the insured- then your customer may have to pursue the insurer and your remedy may be against your customer-...Read more »
You will need to consult with an attorney and get this advice. Many, many considerations are involved here, and there may not be a perfect answer. The LLC operating agreement must be read, applied or changed; Who will be the insured?; Liability concerns; the Member's Estate Planning;...Read more »
Sorry, but you cannot patent a mere idea. You need to have an actual invention.
Once you do have the invention (see your patent attorney what the difference between an invention and a mere idea is), then you need to figure out how you are going to make money on it. That is the hard part.
In 2020, I joined a couple opening a business for a 25% share of the company. Since that decision I was working full time on the business putting in 80 hours a week average. My business partners told me their capital investment was through spending money on the business out of their personal... Read more »
I had a verbal contract to design a simple website for someone i know. I asked the standard half up front and half when done. I started getting red flags almost halfway through the process, he didn't want a contact page for consumers etc. After that, i started recording all conversations and... Read more »
Based on what you have described, you may have a valid and enforceable contract. Whether or not it is a good idea for you to file a lawsuit to recover the unpaid amount depends on a number of factors. First, how much does he owe you? If you file a lawsuit in general sessions court you will be taxed...Read more »
I have contacted every agency I can think of in Tennessee to find out if I need a license to manufacture lotions, soap and Bath Bombs in Tennessee. Everyone says they know if no requirement. If this is true, is there a county or city license I need?
I formed a business with 4 other individuals. We have decided to dissolve the business. We have split the debt (accrued before and after the formation of the llc) equally. The charges were made on 2 partners personal credit cards. We all have made monthly payments on the card. I have informed... Read more »
Look at TCA 62-2-601 and 602 - This explanation is from the State's website: A corporation, partnership, or firm offering architectural, engineering, or landscape architectural services to the public may engage in the practice of architecture, engineering, or landscape architecture in...Read more »
A Tennessee attorney could answer best but your question remains open for five weeks. You might look into whether the Tennessee Department of Agriculture or U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Nashville office could offer you input. In terms of litigation, if someone became ill from spoiled...Read more »
I can't tell if the member just never signed or has been objecting for a year and a half as to the contents of the agreement. Lot of details needed to be able to respond to this meaningfully. For instance does the "member" supposed to have a controlling interest- investment. How...Read more »
I am not aware of a prohibition on clauses that auto renew in contracts. But haven't researched the issue either. I believe there is at least one state that does restrict(and there may be others) so you would need to be careful whether you are contracting with someone in a state that may...Read more »
Based on your statement, it looks like you are asking if insider trading is buying or selling stocks based on what you, as a member of the general public sees, for example, on the news. That is not insider trading. Insider trading would be if you are an employee of Apple, for example, and you...Read more »
No contract has been signed. The agency/property managers did not disclose that the security deposit would be non-refundable prior to paying the security deposit. As soon as the payment was made they stated it was not refundable.
Landlords refuse return of security deposits all the time. You usually have to sue in General Sessions if you really want it back. The oral statements are pretty much irrelevant as the monies are supposed to be for a security against leasehold damages.
Can a government in a time of emergency - without declaring martial law order all citizens to wear a mask? I haven't seen a case on this. Emergency powers are pretty broad by statute. Is the statute constitutional? Or is the law overly broad? As to what you can do- you would need to hire...Read more »
A debt relief company has been taking money out of my account for last past year to pay My creditor monthly & at same time settle my case. If anything they hurt me more than helped. Months later I get a summon to court fr creditor filed L-suit of $8k up front or 4 months of $2k. That was bef... Read more »
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