New Jersey Business Law Questions & Answers

Q: If a ch 7 personal bankruptcy filer has capital contributions to an LLC or an S Corp, how should it be noted?

2 Answers | Asked in Bankruptcy, Business Formation and Business Law for New Jersey on
Answered on Mar 7, 2017

It should be listed as it is held in the books and records of the LLC.
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Q: What kind of lawyer is needed if I believe I am a shareholder of a company.thank you

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law for New Jersey on
Answered on Mar 3, 2017

Do you want to sue the company or do you work at the company and own shares, and thus seeking an attorney to increase and/or change your share percentage, etc.? Without knowing more, you should find a corporate attorney--please message me for a free consultation. Further, within corporate law, if you're seeking to bring demand and sue the company or question it's business decision, then look for a corporate attorney with experience in corporate governance; and, if you're looking to increase...
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Q: if a manger within a company bad mouths an employee to another manger within that company is that considered harassment?

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law, Employment Discrimination and Employment Law for New Jersey on
Answered on Dec 2, 2016

In New Jersey employment law, something can only be harassment if the reason it happened was unlawful, such as if it is because of your age, race, gender, national origin, disability or another legally protected category. In addition, to be legally actionable harassment has to be severe (very bad) or pervasive (very frequent). While it sounds like it was unfair, I don't have enough information to evaluate whether what happened to you was harassment under New Jersey law.
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Q: Is the NDA/Non Compete agreement I signed still valid if the company has changed names since signing?

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law, Contracts and Employment Law for New Jersey on
Answered on Aug 13, 2016

The answer would depend on the terms of the agreement. A lawyer would need to read and review the agreement first before giving you an answer as no hard and fast rules apply. Your probably looking at less than $1000 for a review it may or may not be worth it for you.
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Q: How do we remove resident board members and replace with a property management company.

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law and Real Estate Law for New Jersey on
Answered on May 6, 2016

You need to consult the by-laws and retain an experienced attorney who has litigation experience in these type of matters. Good luck.
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Q: NJ p2p lending firm we are not originate the loans do we have to get Consumer Lenders/Sales Finance Company license?

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Securities Law, Business Law and Business Formation for New Jersey on
Answered on Apr 26, 2016

You need to have an in person consultation with an experienced business attorney to learn exactly what the rules and requirements are for you to operate this type of business in NJ. You can have serious problems if you do not conduct your business properly. Good luck.
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Q: My ex and I have a business (both names are on it). He hasn't paid or filed some tax forms. Should I just take care of

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law for New Jersey on
Answered on Dec 25, 2015

You should seek the advice of a tax attorney before you do anything. Good luck.

Q: Does filing a financial statement as a d/b/a invalidate that statement or cause a loss of perfection?

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law for New Jersey on
Answered on Nov 14, 2015

There is an insufficient factual basis to answer your questions and address your concerns. You need to rewrite your statement in the form of a meaningful question for someone to be able to provide useful ideas. Good luck.

Q: Operating a new business on h1b/ead

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law for New Jersey on
Answered on Sep 25, 2015

Your understanding is erroneous. Here is a USCIS link which states what you can and cannot do. http://www.uscis.gov/eir/visa-guide/h-1b-specialty-occupation/understanding-h-1b-requirements. You should retain an immigration attorney to avoid problems. Good luck.

Q: I am an independent contractor in New Jersey. Do I need to return an overpayment in this state?

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law for New Jersey on
Answered on Aug 11, 2015

They will likely be contacting you when they figure this out. If you didn't earn the money, you probably don't have the right to keep it. A local lawyer can advise.

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Q: need a nj lawyer that handles department of community affairs

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law for New Jersey on
Answered on Jul 18, 2015

This is a general Q&A tool. You can use the Find a Lawyer tool on this site, or Google, to search for lawyers. Be well.

Q: making chairs. What insurances should we have other than a general liability policy such as product liability policies?

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law for New Jersey on
Answered on Jul 14, 2015

Talk to a good insurance agent. CGL and products liability is a good start. You may also need workers' comp. You may look into a policy plus an umbrella.

Q: My friend wants to add me as partner to his LLC company that was formed 2 yrs ago by an attorney. I want to add clause,

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law for New Jersey on
Answered on Sep 4, 2014

This is absolutely not something you should be doing without a lawyer; you are making a big mistake trying to do it on your own.

Q: How do I find the financial net worth of a person in nj,who took money from me and not returning it.

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law for New Jersey on
Answered on Dec 15, 2013

Do you have a contract?

Have you filed suit?

Before you can collect money, you may need to file suit and obtain a judgment.

What good does it do you to find out assets, if this person will not voluntarily pay you?

You would be best served by at least consulting with an attorney on this issue.

Q: Lawsuit against an S-Corp

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law for New Jersey on
Answered on Dec 9, 2013

The answers to your questions depend on multiple factors.

Is the other S-Corp at all related to the litigation? How do you know if the owner is the 100% owner?

Was the motion to vacate granted?

The other S-Corp should be named in the litigation if there are grounds to do so.

Was the judgment a default judgment?

I recommend that you consult with an attorney.

Q: What does 76 Cal. App. 4th 715 California, 1999 mean

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law for New Jersey on
Answered on Jan 27, 2013

This is a citation to a court decision.

90 Cal.Rptr.2d 549 (1999)

76 Cal.App.4th 715

ERIC J., a Minor, etc., Plaintiff and Appellant,

v.

BETTY M. et al., Defendants and Appellants.

No. G019117.

Court of Appeal, Fourth District, Division Three.

November 30, 1999.

As Modified December 21, 1999.

Review Denied March 15, 2000.

Q: I want to start a business that makes money fast, like Amway. Is a 'pyramid' set-up like this legal?

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law for New Jersey on
Answered on May 10, 2011

Well, your question is a little bit hazy. Amway is a legal business, but if it is "like" Amway, there may be some differences from Amway that you propose that make it unlawful. Can you please be more specific about your precise model? If you want to maintain confidentiality, perhaps it is best that you reach out to a private attorney to discuss this matter. Good luck! Rodney Alberto, Esq. www.albertobrothers.com, 732-200-0779

Q: I want to import an unapproved insulin product for lab testing. What is the import procedure /required labeling? Thank

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law for New Jersey on
Answered on May 10, 2011

I would contact the food and drug administration, and/or the appropriate business attorney that can assist you in this complicated matter. Rodney Alberto, Esq. www.albertobrothers.com, 732-200-0779

Q: What is the procedure to amend the bylaws of a corporation incorporated in New Jersey?

2 Answers | Asked in Business Law for New Jersey on
Answered on May 5, 2011

Well, you need to review the bylaws to see what the procedure is. Generally, you will need to have a meeting of the board, and then have a quorum's majority vote, and then reduce the vote to writing in the form of a resolution that is adopted. Good luck. If you have further questions, you can reach out to me. Rodney Alberto, Esq. www.albertobrothers.com 732-200-0779

Q: What kind of attorney for NJ Office of licensing administrative hearing

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law for New Jersey on
Answered on May 5, 2011

It appears that any business attorney or attorney familiar with administrative law may assist you in this hearing. An attorney would need to see your notice of violation. Changing the factors really seems like a lobbying activity, not necessarily a legal activity. But you need to argue for compliance in this instance, it seems. Good luck. Atty. Rodney Alberto, www.albertobrothers.com, 732-200-0779

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