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Q: I would like to trade a phrase I guess it would be called

The phrase is ( The G.O.A.T.)

Sean Erin Serraguard
Sean Erin Serraguard answered on Jun 7, 2019

Though trademarks will depend on how you use the word or phrase, the answer is very likely no. There are numerous live marks which primarily rely on "Goat" and "G.O.A.T.", including marks which list only those words or acronyms respectively. Without doing a full search, it would be hard to know... Read more »

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Q: Can a medical doctor create a corporation with a physical therapist in New Hampshire?
Israel Piedra
Israel Piedra answered on Feb 22, 2017

The medical doctor may wish to check with a licensing board to see if it would violate any professional or ethical rules.

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Q: I am trying to register my own company, make it e-verify, and extend OPT STEM. Does it need to be a Corporation or LLC?

Hello and happy New Year to you!

I am a graduated STEM international student and currently working under OPT status. My OPT time is up around mid-February and I need to extend my OPT. The company I am working for is an E-verify staffing company but unfortunately because of the upcoming OPT... Read more »

Elizabeth Wafula
Elizabeth Wafula answered on Feb 16, 2016

Based on your question and facts, an LLC would seem better...however I strongly suggest you talk an attorney in the your state for the proper registration procedures...there are many things you may miss if you try to do it yourself all to your detriment. Always best to let a professional handle... Read more »

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