California S Corp. I'm a co founder looking for a simple draft that give someone equity in return for performance based on milestones set forth by my terms of the deal. Total allowable equity would be 5% in the form of Preferred Stock. (non voting)
The ceo, is a US citizen and resides in California; the BVI Corp will get registered in California as a foreign business; the business was incorporated in BVI and we DO NOT SELL Tokens to citizens from USA, CHINA or CANADA. Would this startup still be in violation of any USA securities law if we... Read more »
Back in 1996 or 95 my grandfather passed away and left some stock to be divided between his 7 adult children my father passed away in 1974 that left me next of kin recently found out that my oldest Aunt forged my signature cashed out the stock and spent the money I never received a dime for the any... Read more »
You need to talk to a Probate Attorney to find out the timelines necessary to bring this type of claim. As I understand it, the claim would be on behalf of your father's estate against your aunt. There is a 3 year statute of limitations on fraud (Code of Civil Procedure section 338(d)), but it...Read more »
My H1b work visa does not allow me to work for another employer except for my H1b sponsor employer. If I want to associate with a broker dealer as registered rep what are the options for me without triggering any legal issues on immigration side? Thanks
If the person you want to associate with offers you a job working for him on a salary basis, he can file a "concurrent" H-1B petition so you can work in both jobs at the same time. Or, if you want to leave your current job, he could file an H-1B transfer petition for you. But these strategies would...Read more »
You may be able to sue for the forgery and fraud, and you can report crimes to the police and the attorney general. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my...Read more »
Yes, if you are an heir to the estate. The correct probate procedure to use would depend on the type of property and the value of all the property in the estate. Consult with a probate attorney for a full consultation.
Specifically in the p2P lending place, requiring we hold the series-XXX licenses and beyond. Would an LLC be able to suffice, as it is its own LLC? Or would we need to partner with someone who has the licenses?
This sounds a material issue and you should consult a local counsel, and not take an unnecessary risk of sustaining penalties. The information presented herein is for general purposes only. It is not intended to, and may not be construed as legal, tax or accounting advice. Neither is it intended...Read more »
Yes, it does. You need to consult a specialist in the field. The information presented herein is for general purposes only. It is not intended to, and may not be construed as legal, tax or accounting advice. Neither is it intended as a solicitation. For specific advice, please consult an...Read more »
I printed out the holdings before Computershare closed me out of the account, even though I am executrix. There are plan shares, book entry and certificates (in a mixture of dad's name only, and jointly). I established an estate account but am unable to transfer the joint account holdings into that... Read more »
The Superior Court of California for the County of Sonoma is located at Hall of Justice, 600 Administration Drive, Room 107J, Santa Rosa, CA. The court has public access information terminals for researching cases.
I assume you mean that the Securities and Exchange Commission got an ex-parte (i.e. without both sides presenting) temporary restraining order (or preliminary injunction). This may also have been an ex-parte asset freeze, or, for that matter, several other requests. You should have a lawyer in...Read more »
In March 1984, Superior Oil was acquired by Mobil Corporation (now part of ExxonMobil). At that time, Superior was the nation's largest independent oil producer. You can contact Exxon Mobil Shareholder Services via their website -...Read more »
It depends on the precise type of stock (e.g. preferred vs. common). Most people have common stock and they are usually wiped out (i.e. their stock becomes worthless) when the company declares bankruptcy. Sorry. If you have a considerable amount of money invested, it might be worth it to get a...Read more »
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