I am an employed physician of a large health system in NE TN. Because of financial losses they are having due to Covid-19, they have mandated a 20% pay cut for all physicians for a 60-day period. IN ADDITION, they are cancelling the 401k match for the entire 2020 FY (July 2019 to July 2020), which... Read more »
Before I answer this question please allow me to sit the stage: Your employer is struggling to stay on top of the waves during the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression--which started in October 1929 and lasted for most of the ensuing decade. IMO, you and all other employees should be...Read more »
My employer failed to send SSA withholding to SSA for many years. All employees' SSA statements show $0 for those years. She passed away last year and her family closed that business entity and reopened with a new name, retaining all employees. The new company has paid SSA as required. The... Read more »
Generic legal advice to all humans being asked to sign anything important--ever: Before signing any document that in an y way raises concerns about the possible affect of that document you should ALWAYS send a copy of the document to your family lawyer and ask them to flyspeck it and advise you...Read more »
Much more information is needed here. You should first look to the operating agreement for a remedy. If there's not one, demand the money back from the member. Otherwise, you may need to consider litigation against the member for misappropriation of company funds. In any event, you would be...Read more »
No. T.C.A. 36-3-301. Persons who may solemnize marriages.
(2) In order to solemnize the rite of matrimony, any such minister, preacher, pastor, priest, rabbi or other spiritual leader must be ordained or otherwise designated in conformity with the customs of a church, temple or other...Read more »
The issue that affects your business partner is whether the bankruptcy trustee will want your interest in the business. That depends on the value of the business versus any exemption that might apply. You need to file your taxes based on what you elected at the time of formation or prior to...Read more »
I am looking to make an adapter that fits to a Scott face mask that firefighter can use to put a filter in to protect the first responders from the coronavirus. I’m worried there may be an issue with making an accessory that connects to their facemask and I’m not sure if it’s a patented... Read more »
What you are attempting to do seems admirable to me in helping firefighters be able to safely continue their important work in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. You are correct that there could be patent issues relating to this. This article I came across discuss potential patent infringement...Read more »
You are missing alot of facts which will be important. But if you are careful in deciding exactly who to sue and where to serve them, you might sue both of them for breach of contract in General Sessions Court. Also it may be worth your while to hire an attorney to file a Mechanics and...Read more »
There is a home near to me and they have several dogs in crates in their garage. They also have about 6 puppies that they put in their front yard in a small cage. I have never seen anyone spend time with any of the dogs. They do open the garage door occasionally and when they do the dogs... Read more »
Probably yes, but this will depend on the wording of your operating agreement. He will also be required to pay for the use of the business name, but putting a value on this and other aspects of the "good will" of the business can be difficult.
The towing company gave me a $75 quote on towing service and I accepted. Once they got there, they said it was going to be harder than they had expected to get my car out of a ditch. They also needed to call a police offer to direct traffic. Before the officer arrived and before they even towed my... Read more »
To start, it sounds like you originally had an oral contract for your vehicle to be towed for $75. As such, generally speaking, the towing company was required to tow your vehicle for the agreed upon price. The price is usually offered based on the distance that the vehicle will be towed and the...Read more »
My business is registered with the IRS under my home address which was in Tennesee. My company is an outreach (home health) service that does not have a physical location. The services will be provided in Tennessee only at this time, however, I (the owner & founder) moved to Mississippi. Do I... Read more »
If you are providing the services in Tennessee, then you should likely either incorporate in Tennessee or you could file in MS and also file in Tennessee as a foreign LLC transacting business in Tennessee. For a deeper discussion of the pros and cons of each option, I recommend you speak with an...Read more »
How can I remove him from the LLC without dissolving my company? I asked him to sign papers to remove him and he refused. He never paid anything toward the business or filings for any of our licenses. He is in debt to the company for his legal fees and using the business credit to fund personal... Read more »
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