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 »
I signed a non compete. That only says, I will not compete with the guy in the state of GA for 2 years. It does not say what the competitive services are. He breached the contract by not paying the full amount by $96. The full amount was to be paid in 90 days, in 3 installments. He shorted me the... Read more »
A Georgia attorney could provide the most reliable authority in terms of how lobbying might be defined by the laws of Georgia. But your question remains open for four weeks. As a general matter, I don't think a reasonable person would see what you're doing here as an artist as lobbying....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 »
This action arises from the findings of the court AFTER A Divorce case: Wife (an officer only) alters corp docs, tax returns, shares, etc. of my business and then executes a franchise agrmnt as "100% shareholder" with big company - third party w/o my knowledge. (all clearly stated in... Read more »
You can try but it's going to be difficult and without all the facts, which you should not reveal on a firum, it's impossible to say whether it would be worth pursuing. I would suggest that you look for an attorney to help you go through the documents and gather any evidence that exists...Read more »
Am an IC for a large company. One of my jobs is to collect registration fees. The place where the event is meeting and the date has changed due to some legal issues. I am terminated my contract with the company. The people who have paid the registration fees want their money back, and I would like... Read more »
This is simple: If the checks were payable to you personally you can do (just about) whatever you want with them; and my advice on that point is to return the checks to whoever gave them to you, and document it very well.
The company Truck Movers has deceptive business practices toward contractors. Changing pay rates after negotiating on a set price & charging us for items that they bill the customer for...Double dipping. Also, the customers have no idea about damages created by the actual company employees... Read more »
Sure; in America anyone can sue anybody for anything at any time (even without a lawyer in small claims court). Winning the lawsuit is another matter. If you decide to sue you should be prepared to pay between $100 and $400 for the filing fee and then pay another hundred bucks or so for service of...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.
The answer is probably, but this is NOT a do-it-yourself endeavor.
You should seek a (preferably) Georgia licensed attorney with a specialization in alcohol sales & registration issues. If they have a background in interstate subscription shipping or direct-to-consumer business, then...Read more »
It means a corporation organized and doing business in the state for profit. A foreign corporation is a company that is organized in another state, but doing business in another state. For example, a corporation organized in Delaware, that is doing business in Georgia, must register as a foreign...Read more »
You don’t need to obtain your commercial liability insurance before you file your Articles of Organization with the state, but I would strongly recommend obtaining insurance before you begin accepting jobs/customers. I would recommend starting with filing your articles, getting an EIN, obtaining...Read more »
Even though you have been making timely payments, it will be difficult to prove that you are almost “paid off” without a signed written agreement showing what the total agreed upon price was. You may also have a Statute of Frauds issue, as Georgia requires all contracts that cannot be completed...Read more »
As a general matter, yes. If a company ceases to do business with its steel supplier because it finds another supplier that provides higher quality steel, this sort of thing might be considered without justification and it happens all the time in commerce. If you are inquiring about a specific...Read more »
I have an inquiry about a business person who wants me to sign a trade secret document before getting out of our partnership (in which we haven’t signed anything and haven’t developed any specific implementation, just ideas through brainstorming deriving from known methods - there's also... Read more »
That's a complex situation. Without any formal company, you may both be operating under what is called a general partnership (but this should be addressed more conclusively by a Georgia lawyer). Even aside from the trade secret contract, to avoid incurring liability by your partner, I strongly...Read more »
My question is a little complicated. This has to do with a State Farm Insurance Agent who owns his own agency and is allowing his son to commit theft and fraud out of his agency/office. What is the best way to go about reporting this?
we have a small business that had cash sales. we did not report these sales for years. we would like to come clean and report these sales to possibly prevent future prosecution, fines and possible jail time.
A Tax Attorney would be the best professional to guide you through this process. It is very important the matter is handled with someone you have an Attorney Client privilege with. You can contact our office at 855-900-1040.
I am Georgia. In 2016 I joined a company, Exide, with a humongous amount of stuff that I signed during the hiring process. I quit in January 2017, but now I am concerned that there is still some legal arrangement between that firm and I. I do not have a copy of the stuff that I signed, but I am... Read more »
You should be able to simply reach out to your former employer and ask them to send you copy of your employment contract(s). Once you receive your copy, have it reviewed by a good business/employment law attorney to address if there are any lingering noncompete, non-solicitation clauses to which...Read more »
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