Depending on what type of investment opportunity you are offering will determine whether state, federal, or both laws apply. If federal, then securities laws outlined in the Securities Act of 1933 and 1934 as well as regulations provided by the Security and Exchange Commission will apply....Read more »
Assuming that this person had an agreement with you to provide a good or service in exchange for your payment, then you likely have a claim against that person. These claims could include but are not limited to breach of contract, fraud, and unjust enrichment.
For example Coke makes brands like Sprite and Fanta. Their the same soda brand that have different soda. That’s what I am trying to accomplish. I have an LLC already in Georgia. Do I just make buy another LLC? Is there like a box I fill out out under my already owned LLC?
Good question and yes you can create multiple doing business as (DBAs) registered to a single LLC. However, you will run the risk or exposing yourself to liability by keeping all your eggs in one basket, because a claim against one DBA will be a claim against all them. It is wise to create...Read more »
I signed a agreement to start a company. Nothing has been filed/registered/, the business does not yet exist. How do I back out of the agreement? I no longer have the financial assets to start one. My “partner” claims he signed the agreement thinking it was an already existing company. However... Read more »
Honestly? Anytime a person engages in drafting their own legal documents without the aid of an experienced attorney, that person has made a mistake. You should meet with a business attorney now to see what, if anything, you are now facing that will be harmful to you and whether it can be...Read more »
In other words, please confirm if an LLC who was properly served with process to the registered agent (who is not an attorney) by court order, needs to hire an Attorney to "Answer" a counterclaim lawsuit as a Third Party Defendant. And please confirm if there is any Georgia State law... Read more »
An idea I come up with but I have someone to draw it out in art for me on paper, but for me to have full ownership over the drawing because it's my idea. & if someone else uses it I have proof its mine and can sue anyway who use it for this own purpose without my permission?
This looks more like an intellectual property matter than a business formation matter (where your post was originally uploaded). You could repost in the Copyright category. Not all questions are ultimately picked up, but your post remains open for four weeks. You would probably have better chances...Read more »
The employment authorization document (EAD) issued to you by USCIS authorizes your lawful employment while you await the adjudication of the FORM I-485. You can register an LLC if you are able to fulfill all of the state requirements of the state where you intend to operate your business. You can...Read more »
If you cannot understand what this very simple language means you really should employ a small business lawyer before you get yourself into real trouble. Answer: You can ONLY use your REAL name--or the REAL name of your LLC, or the REAL name of a corporation, or partnership, or limited partnership...Read more »
The company should own the company property. Otherwise you risk veil piercing which is where parties are allowed to ignore the entity protections ans come after you personally for debts and liabilities.
I've had an online clothing company for over 7 years and just found out that someone else (in my city) recently started a soap company using my exact same business name. They are also selling their products on the online platform that my clothes are very popular on. Can I do anything to... Read more »
This is not a supplement. This is for a type recipe that calls for a mixture of different food components. The idea behind this is to eliminate the prep steps of combining all the separate components. With this, the user will have one single container, that will contain all the necessary items to... Read more »
Yes, you will need a new EIN. You're changing the structure of the business.
Note: If you were electing to be taxed as a corporation and leaving the entity as an LLC with the state you would not need a new EIN. This confuses a lot of peope so I'm making a note of it here....Read more »
My manager hired his wife he has never called her a comanager but she makes decisions like he does she did not have to move up the food chain and she is definitely treated differently than the rest of us it is a privately owned business he does not have her clocking in and out as well he has... Read more »
From a safety standpoint (and you can find professionals in the transportation and highway safety industry who are better qualified than attorneys to explain this), tires with dry rot can experience catastrophe failure leading to serious injury or death. From a legal standpoint, a Georgia attorney...Read more »
She had NO right to call my 2 year old son autistic and I feel like justice needs to be served. I have one witness for when I spoke to the manager who refused to give the corporate HR phone number and my son IS NOT autistic. Even if he was it ISNT her place to diagnose my son at a hair salon. This... Read more »
Unless you provide much more information about the business and everything gone before between you and the person who apparently shut you out of the business you started you will not get many answers on this forum.
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