Terrence H Thorgaard's answer For Ohio state taxes, you probably should have an Ohio attorney, but that's a matter the attorney (in either state) can answer. For federal taxes, an attorney in either state should be able to help you.
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Eric Steven Day's answer I am not an attorney in Arkansas, however, after looking at the statute, I do not believe he would fall under any of the exceptions in the law. The reason I say this is he would meet an exception if he were paying an independent contractor to do the work for him in Arkansas. However, if he is doing the work himself and he is an officer of the corporation, he cannot consider himself to be an independent contractor.
Erik Andrew Perez's answer It is likely a lawful promo. More facts would be needed in order to provide a clear determination. A rule of thumb is to avoid the appearance of discriminatory or prejudicial practices in a promotion.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer First, as I understand it they have not sued you, but only threatened to sue. Truth is a defense to an action for defamation; if what you said is correct they cannot successfully sue you. Also, they would have to prove the damages they are claiming. And, of course, until they sue, you cannot sue them with a counterclaim. If they still owe you, they can of course be sued by you.
Michael Celso Gonzalez's answer Have you called the police? I have dealt with second hand dealers and they are treated very much like pawn shops under the law which means they need to give you the watch back. They are the ones who assume the risk when they purchase second hand goods not you. Call the police.
Timothy Denison's answer Yes, you can file withoutca lawyer but it is not recommended. There are so many nuances and twists to the Code that you need an attorney’s expertise to navigate. Maybe hire one near you who will accept payments. Creditors can garnish your wages only after they file suit against you and get a judgment, not before.
Alex McClure's answer This will depend on some specific facts regarding representation made by the employee to the ad company. Apparent authority is the concept that allows companies to rely on the representations of an employee of a company regarding business dealings.
It is less important that you know it was a probationary short term employee and more important what it looked like to the ad company when this employee was conducting business.
You should speak with an attorney to go over specifics...
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer It appears to be a contract, but there may be portions of the full statement which you didn't quote (I followed the link but I don't see the language you quoted) which excludes liability. If the game is in beta and you are only buying the current build, it would indeed seem to be a poor bargain on your part.
I think that you want to know who legally has to authorize the billing for chiropractic services. I would say most likely the Dr., but he or she does have nurses and assistants that may be authorized to sign off on services being billed.
I doubt that there is any type of price sheet anywhere to be found, each doctor can charge what they want.
Andy Wayne Williamson's answer Sorry for your situation. There is no way to say without knowing more details. I suggest that you consult with an attorney from your area to go over the full details and then get specific advice.
Andy Wayne Williamson's answer This is way too complicated a situation to be answered via this type of forum. You need to hire a tax attorney or accountant to review this situation and give you specific advice.
Andy Wayne Williamson's answer There is no way to answer your questions here on line. You need to consult with a real estate attorney in your area to have the documents you referenced reviewed and then get specific advice.
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