Timur Akpinar's answer An attorney looking at these facts might ask for further details. A Utah attorney who handles such matters could examine all statements/written evidence from you and the merchant to determine whether the elements of fraud, as alleged by the merchant, were met.
Sounds like a great business. Yes, I think that if you are taking on the liability, then you will want to make sure that you are passing the liability on to the actual participants of those events.
Ideally your participants would take on the liability directly from the venue, but that is impractical for your purposes. Neither you nor the venue will want to make sure that every participant has signed the venue's liability form.
T. J. Jesky's answer Generally speaking, those who choose legal separation instead of divorce is usually based on religious beliefs, a desire to keep the family together legally for the sake of children, or the need for one spouse to keep the health insurance benefits that would be lost with a divorce.
A separation is not the same as a divorce. With a separation, you’re still legally married until you obtain a judgment of divorce from a court. Generally a separation does affect the financial...
Kevin Flynn's answer I am posting the answer here in case others have the same question. I am not aware of a way to update the name of an inventor on an issued patent. It does not seem to be a good fit for a certificate of correction as there was not an error to correct.
To the extent that you are an assignee of the patent rights, then I assume you can record a name change in the assignment database which will then show the updated name of the assignee in USPTO PAIR and eventually in Google Patents....
Mr Aric M Cramer Sr.'s answer That;s like asking the status of the current law on search and seizure. Yes people get prosecuted. You need to specify exactly what you want in order to get a specific answer.
Peter Munsing's answer Generally, you are an at will employee which means barring a union or an employment contract you can be let go for no reason at all--reasons just go to whether there is an EEO complaint, whether you can collect unemployment insurance.
Suggest you contact a member of the Utah Assn for Justice who handles employement questions--they give free consults.
Peter Munsing's answer The person turning left has to yield to you. Sounds like they didn't (I'm assuming no green turn arrow).If you were hurt contact a member of the Utah Assn for Justice--they give free consults.
You will first need to look at the agreement you signed with the handyman. If this guy was a one-man-band, then its likely that he didn't have you sign a contract. Just because it was an "oral" agreement doesn't mean that it isn't valid though.
Your remedy is your cost to finish the job. Your claim would be that of "breach of contract". I would first try to work it out with him if possible out of court, but you...
The first place would be to look at the service agreement or contract with Lumber Liquidators. If that doesn't have much, poke around on their website or call their customer service and instead of asking for them to fix it, ask for a copy of their installation policy.
Once you get them, read through them and look for some type of minimum service guarantee or something like that. It may also be in the "contract dispute" section as well....
Hector E. Quiroga's answer It is possible, yes. Details, however, are important, and even if someone is able to get around the issue of a deportation there could be other inadmissibility issues to consider. Best to consult with an immigration attorney.
Wesley Winsor's answer I am sorry, but there is not much you can do legally. Offensive speech is free speech. There are such claims as "intentional infliction of emotional distress" and "negligent infliction of emotional distress" but his conduct would not rise to that level.
If he had told you that he had your child held hostage and was torturing her and played screams over the phone, then that would probably qualify, to give you an idea of the sort of comments that rise to that level.
Wesley Winsor's answer This is an interesting issue that isn't fully answerable via this forum without knowing all the details of the business. Here are the issues that jump out at me:
1. It doesn't seem like the LLC owns the building. Therefore the owner of the building is free to sell the property if he wants to. The "business" is composed of the individual members as well as the business assets, cash on hand, inventory, bank accounts, etc. All of those are portable and as intended by the property owner...
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