Ronald Mahurin's answer Unfortunately this is not a workers comp question. I tried to find a way to flag the questions, but there were no options. You need to post in employment law. There is no remedy in workers comp. for what you have described.
Alan Abergel's answer You will need to retain an attorney to review your business model to determine if it is subject to FINCEN registration and regulation and/or other financial regulation. You may also be required to obtain a money transmission license from each state or country in which you conduct business and/or serve its customers. For example, California licenses and regulates its money transmitters through the Department of Business Oversight. There may be other financial (or other business industry)...
T. J. Jesky's answer A triggering event refers to an occurrence that, once breached or met, it causes another event to take place. Triggering events are written into contracts to prevent or ensure that if something happens the next event will happen.
For example, you want to buy a newspaper at a news stand. When you pay the vendor the price of the newspaper, the triggering event takes place, he hands the newspaper over to you.
If you don't pay your rent, the triggering event takes place, the...
Steve A. Buchwalter's answer If your options are in the money, you may want to exercise them. If a stockbroker recommended the options without warning you about the companies financial condition, you may be able to sue. You'll need to talk to an attorney.
T. J. Jesky's answer When a Company issues shares, the "corporate formally" to do so, is a Board Resolution. In other words, it is the Board of Directors through a Board Resolution that authorizes the issuance of shares from the Corporate Treasury. It is not the officers but the Board of Directors who have this power. Generally, shares are issued because: 1) someone provided services to the Company; 2) someone signed a subscription agreement and wants to purchase shares in the Company, the funds to the...
Steve A. Buchwalter's answer Gather all your documents and put them is a safe place. Call an attorney to go over your case. Any attorney you talk to may ask you to write up a narrative (your story) as to what happened. It may be a good idea to start on that.
Richard Samuel Price's answer When a beneficiary is named on a financial account, those assets are transferred to the beneficiary when the beneficiary presents a death certificate. A will cannot change a beneficiary designation.
Reno F.R. Fernandez III's answer Good question. The short answer is "yes." Some of the federal and state securities laws apply to all equity investments regardless of the status of the investor.
However, some investments are exempt from registration, which simplifies things and saves costs. For example, private offerings of stock are exempt from registration under Section 506(b) of the Securities Act of 1933. Such private placements are exempt from registration under California state law pursuant to Corporations...
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