I am wondering about legal protection and how it works with legal issues. If an issue surfaces and you have multiple LLCs do they all get called into court since your name as a member is on all of them - is there really any more legal protection with a LLC vs ones that already exist?
answered on Dec 23, 2022
No, the LLCs are separate, if you have kept them separate with different bank accounts, addresses, etc.
If your new product can be protected because of its new process (it does something that no other product does) perhaps your protection is not from the type of structure but in... Read more »
I wasn’t convicted of the domestic battery just convicted of battery
answered on Oct 21, 2022
Because that type of crime affects one’s eligibility to handle firearms in Illinois. Consider retaining a good defense counsel to dispose of the battery case correctly.
our small town corruption is all over this town the police are bias to me and my family to a point they do not help us and crimes commited against us are either flipped or completely ignored all together like a home invasion was committed at my home i had it on video and the police caught them in... Read more »
answered on Aug 31, 2022
Any criminal arrest may be discovered publicly. The charging decision lies with the prosecution after a felony review, based on the police investigation and other existing evidence.
marie the one who has Illinois judge Shapiro an special treatment personal against me
answered on Dec 6, 2021
Even generally, in order to assess your particular legal situation involving a certain judge you must discuss all facts and details directly with a LICENSED attorney in the jurisdiction where you think the action took place.
Which that person launched a DOS attack on the school disabling wifi. Now my child is being charged with a level 5 felony. Can this be true if he did not launch the attack?
answered on Sep 30, 2021
There is no such thing as "level five felony in Illinois", as Illinois has the following felony Classes: 1, 2, 3, 4, and X.
You must immediately discuss your minor's child criminal exposure off any public venue or fora with a competent licensed attorney as that situation has... Read more »
If you committed a cyber crime can police track you in any way other then an ip address? Like via your internet browser even if the cyber crime took place on a different website other then your internet search site or a MAC address? If they are able to track you only through an ip address and you... Read more »
answered on Feb 22, 2021
First, you need to stop posting information regarding a potential crime. Second, if you have been charged with an offense, you need to hire a Criminal Defense Attorney right away. Finally, DO NOT speak to the police without an attorney by your side.
They have sold on ebay auctions etc large sports memorabilia collection other collectibles etc both are on social security disability barely was getting by every month paid 1 house off bought another 1 n paid a lawyer $20,000 to fight me on my own property i reported them to office of the IG
answered on Aug 12, 2020
Did they steal the collectibles from you? Did they use that money to buy the new house? If the police won't pursue the theft, you can't force them. You can sue them for the cost of your stuff. Do they have enough equity in the house to go after? However, they could then file bankruptcy... Read more »
My gf n i broke up she has my washer dryer and freezer i messaged her to ask when i could come by and get them no answer so i tried instagram and found out she is using my last name and now claiming im harassing her when she never told me to stop nor did she just block me but i told her i would be... Read more »
answered on Sep 11, 2019
(of relations between people) having a spirit of friendliness; without serious disagreement or rancor.
"there will be an amicable settlement of the dispute"
synonyms: friendly, good-natured, cordial, civil, courteous, polite, easy,... Read more »
For the media items, like movies & tv shows, I have embedded trailers from YouTube into the listings. According to YouTube, as long as videos are embedded and not copy & pasted, this is perfectly acceptable, allowable, and legal, found here:... Read more »
answered on Apr 16, 2019
If you have created a successful business, you're going to get silly/aggressive/unfounded accusers, just be ready and have a good lawyer on retainer to deal with such issues as they arise.
As for embedding YouTube videos onto your own website (for profit), this is a common question.... Read more »
I know doxing is illegal, say they post address and phone, but what if they just post the city / state, is that illegal?
answered on Nov 3, 2018
As a general rule, if people intentionally publish false things about others, verbally or in writing, they could be sued for defamation.
what are the legalities behind this? do we need to ask permission first?
answered on Mar 15, 2018
You need affirmative consent to use their images for promotional purposes. Did you hav them sign a release? Were they provided affirmative notice that their pictures were taken and may be used for promotional purposes? An experienced attorney in the promotional space can help you develop the... Read more »
Ex wife emailed nude pictures of present wife to the present wife's employer and is now threatening to email them to more people.
answered on Jul 5, 2017
You need to report this to the police ASAP. Dessimating photos like this without consent is a crime.
She also is accusing me of false allegations. I kindly asked her to stop but, she hasn't. This stems from a family fued between my boyfriend and her husband which I have nothing to do with. What can I do to protect myself?
answered on Apr 28, 2017
Harassing emails may entitle you to an order of protection.
The settings on Facebook may allow you to block a specific person.
I'd like to title my column "7upandwine" and have a correspondinge website "7upandwine.com" -- Would including "7up" in my column name and website open me up to legal response? For example does it infringe on some kind of copyright law? I'd eventually like... Read more »
answered on Dec 1, 2016
Potential Trademark violation. I would expect a response. You could ask for permission and at least display their trademark with the term 7up.
answered on May 19, 2011
One possible way is a cease and desist letter from an attorney. If the negative information is not true, a libel suit is a possibility.
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