Nevada Business Law Questions & Answers

Q: What're the steps to starting a clothing brand?

2 Answers | Asked in Business Formation, Business Law and Patents for Nevada on
Answered on May 9, 2017

Congratulations on starting a new venture! I hope that it is successful.

It is good to hear that you recognize that intellectual property may be important to your business, and you are interested in protecting it so early on. You are way ahead. It is always hard for me to tell clients bad news about not being able to protect their IP because they came to me too late.

The first step is to make a business plan. What are your distribution channels? Where will the clothing be...
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Q: So I started my llc early this year and have sold nothing but im getting a tax delinquency letter, not sure what to do?

1 Answer | Asked in Business Formation, Business Law and Tax Law for Nevada on
Answered on Sep 30, 2016

The IRS letter will tell you which tax form the delinquency is for, as well as the tax year. Make sure your confirm that the letter is for your business and not you, personally, because they can be two separate issues. It's difficult to know exactly what the issue is without seeing the letter.

Often tax issues work like an iceberg, with the bulk of the issue hidden from view. Feel free to contact me for a free consultation to go over the matter with you.
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Q: How many days after a NV Board meets is it responsible to publish its minutes? What NRS governs it?

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law, Gov & Administrative Law and Car Accidents for Nevada on
Answered on Sep 8, 2016

Not every board has to publish every meeting. You need to determine if it is covered by the Nevada Open Meeings/Records Acts. http://www.nfoic.org/nevada-foia-laws
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Q: I left a guitar that I bought online at the store for a year. Now they say they don't have it. Who is responsible?

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Products Liability and Business Law for Nevada on
Answered on Aug 22, 2016

You'll get not a whole lot of sympathy, but assuming they didn't send you a notice saying "pick it up or else" then they are "bailees" of the item and have to care for it. They owe you the value of the item. Ask them in writing for the item or the amount you paid. Take them to small claims court--though that will be in Las Vegas.
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Q: What is the status of assets of a Corporation/LLC that's dissolved and is considered "permanently revoked" in Nevada?

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law for Nevada on
Answered on Aug 20, 2015

If it's dissolved, then the entity no longer exists.

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Q: Can I get a statement of good standing for my Nevada corporation without using the services of an agent or attorney?

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law for Nevada on
Answered on Nov 20, 2013

Probably. Check with the Nevada Secretary of State's office.

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