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3 Answers | Asked in Business Law, Civil Litigation, Intellectual Property and Trademark for Iowa on

Q: Who owner the ampersand mark? Please refer to all information in registered trademark 86905207, from the USPTO website.

I asked for the ownership of this mark from its creation. Please validate.

Ahaji Kirk Amos answered on Mar 21, 2019

I don't understand the question.

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Q: Is there any cases where I can find details about damage claims in a contract

for example: Courts also look at the price of the contract in determining whether certain damages for breach of that contract are proper. A lack of proportion between the two numbers is an indication that the requested damages are improper. In other words, if a party is only be paid a small amount... Read more »

Timur Akpinar answered on Nov 22, 2018

There are, but “damages” is a broad subject, where there are different types of damages, such as compensatory, punitive, consequential, among others. If this is for general knowledge or research, you can find a great deal of information on the subject of damages. If this is for an actual... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Business Law and Landlord - Tenant for Iowa on

Q: I am considering a commercial real estate lease in Iowa. The Landlord's attorney will not put just my business name.

I have an LLC, but they insist I also need to be named a Leasee individually. The purpose of the LLC is to maintain separation from me individually, so I don't want to be on the Lease as an individual, just the LLC. Is this legal?

Glenn B. Manishin answered on Apr 20, 2017

Unless Iowa-specific state statutes or court decisions say otherwise, a landlord or other creditor is entitled to ask for a personal guarantee from a corporation's principals. You are also entitled to say no.

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Q: Can briefly explain about invitation to treat of brochure and inquiries through the telephone ?

And about cases that can make an example on brochure and inquiries through the telephone

Adam Studnicki answered on Aug 29, 2015

This question is hard to understand and too theoretical. Talk to a local lawyer about your specific situation.

Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is general information that is given for legal education only. It is not...
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Q: Can H1B visa holder partner with other to form LLC or C-corp and be passive owner?

I am on h1B. I am planning to open a C-Corp with a friend (XXXXX) who has Citizenship. How do I legalize our partnership and can it be 50%/ 50% basis?

How do we deposit initial capital? Will it be a direct deposit? Can I take a loan to invest in the C-Corp?

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Adam Studnicki answered on Aug 28, 2015

You may want to post under immigration.

Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is general information that is given for legal education only. It is not legal advice, and it may not work for your specific situation. It is...
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