Leonard R. Boyer's answer You need to have an in person consultation with an experienced business litigation attorney. Contracts can never be cancelled by e-mail in NJ and probably not even in in CA. Pick the best attorney you can find and remember one rule: a good attorney is generally never cheap, and a cheap attorney is generally never good so don't choose based on price.
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer It would be unwise for a lawyer to give you an opinion on a document without reading the whole document. I suggest you take your document to a lawyer to be reviewed for the answer you need.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer If checks are lying openly for individual collection and looking at by others cannot be termed as illegal unless there are certain limitations imposed by the employer to keep it confidential from others. Employer's liability would likewise be engaged if they failed to safeguard confidentiality which otherwise breached by others deliberately or by chance.
Leonard R. Boyer's answer You need to retain an experienced litigation attorney who has experience in handling these types of cases. To properly answer your questions and address your concerns, the best way to handle this is by retaining an experienced litigation attorney. You need the best attorney you can afford, do not let geographic considerations be a factor in your choice of an attorney. Pick the best lawyer you can find and remember one rule: a good lawyer is generally never cheap, and a cheap lawyer is...
Leonard R. Boyer's answer No one on this forum, is going to do the research for free to answer your question. This will require a paid legal consultation with an experienced business attorney. Pick the best lawyer you can find and remember one rule: a good lawyer is generally never cheap, and a cheap lawyer is generally never good so don't choose based on price.
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer Maybe, more information would be needed, but the safe rule is to always say no see backpage. Anything else more information would be needed and expect to pay for the advise for specific information.
Leonard R. Boyer's answer As long as you want to operate the business. You really need to have an in person consultation to set up the right corporate structure, have the proper protection for any intellectual property that you may have, as well as have contracts properly drafted to avoid unnecessary problems and potential for liability. Do not let geographic restrictions get in the way of retaining the best attorney. Pick the best attorney you can find and remember one rule: a good attorney is generally never cheap,...
Paul J. Riviere's answer Put simply, if someone signs a contract without the party’s consent, the party is not bound by that signature or document because the signature does not manifest the intent to be bound by it. Talk a lawyer about your transaction.
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer More information is needed to answer your question such as the corporate structure etc. However, I suggest you setup a consultation with a lawyer if you need specific legal advise as these websites are for general questions, not for specific answers, it may cost a fee for the consultation, but at least you will know you can rely on the advise.
Linda Simmons Campbell's answer This is a difficult question to answer without a lot more detail. But in general, you would need to list the check as an asset on your financial statement. If you spend the funds on necessary living expenses prior to setting up a payment alternative it might not be an issue. Filing a fraudulent financial statement is a crime. I would not post anything further on this in this forum. In my opinion you need the assistance of a tax attorney. Just stay away from the places you see advertised...
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