I am about to launch a website that will help Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners get the information they need/want to help with the medical license processes. I have been working at a medical staffing firm for a while and I have some great inside knowledge about these processes, but I... Read more »
I like what you are doing. If your question is whether or not you are committing some sort of crime by posting information regarding how to get licensed, the answer is no. Even if your information is false, there is no crime to publishing false information although it would be highly...Read more »
Our customers are classmates who volunteer to be a reunion planner. These planners select dates and activities, and then we sell event tickets to the classmates. A lot of the venues require a signature to accept liability.
1) Should my business sign that document and then have our... Read more »
The LLC is 50-50 ownership. Prior to the partnership the storefront for the LLC was owned and still is owned solely by the original partner. The original partner wants to sell the property and move into a store front in the warehouse. Can the other partner stop the owner of the property from... Read more »
You can get sued if you are from a different country barring diplomatic immunity, but for the common traveler/tourist, yes you can be sued as long as you meet the minimum contacts in the states. The main question on this is Jurisdiction and service of process. An analysis would fill...Read more »
TransUnion provides a service for organizations to look up information about existing customers. Unfortunately, this service can also be used to look up thousands of random individuals, and some companies may even TransUnion's services to create a cold-calling list. However, the use of this... Read more »
if consumer credit reports are being pulled from Credit Reporting Agencies and used for cold calling customers by phone, that would be a willful violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Their is a statutory damage provision for damages up to one thousand per person. Whistelblowers have rights...Read more »
My business is looking to acquire a new client. The contract with this client would require me to spend some of that money to complete with the contract itself. Would I be OK to write off that money spent as a business expense, or would I be taxed on the complete income?
Nearly any legitimate business expense can be discounted against revenues. I think you will need to be more specific on your question. If you are having to spend money to acquire new or specialized equipment or an upgrade of some sorts then absolutely.
Your question is hard to understand. I will try the best I can to answer:
Yes an HOA can bring suit against an HOA member even if that member is a non-profit organization whose status is inactive/expired. This issue revolves around what agents of this non-valid, non-profit did to...Read more »
The game is League of Legends. The terms literally say that they have he right to steal the in game content you purchased if you violate their rules. My situation includes me using explicit and vulgar language in frustration towards other players online. Because of this my account is banned and the... Read more »
Your first amendment right doesn't give you a license to make other people listen to/read whatever you say. Your first amendment right secures your right to freedom of speech or in reverse, makes it so that any law passed abridging your freedom of speech is unconstitutional. Neither the U.S....Read more »
If you are running it as a sole proprietorship, then you don't need to get a separate EIN, you can just use your own Social Security number when you report your taxes. If your company is an LLC then you will already have an EIN and you will u se the EIN when you do your taxes.
There is now law that dictates which form of compensation you have to receive. The law does state that you have tor report the value received whether in cash or "in kind". Cash is easy because it is what it is, but gift cards would have a slightly discounted value than their credit amount because...Read more »
My landlord sisters want the apartment complex but he dosnt they already have an aggressive realtor wanting to buy it and saying she owns it already. Can the sisters sell the place with out our landlord agreeing to it? I know it's slip 3 ways . But it's only his name on the leases . The buyer... Read more »
They can only sell their interest in the complex. If they own it together as tenants in common (most likely but I can't say for sure without looking at the deed), then they can sell their interest. I could be 66.66% or something else. They can't make him sell unless they successfully petition the...Read more »
I am probably the wrong person to answer this as I don't have much experience in employment law. Here is what I do know. Businesses are unable to discriminate on the basis of race, religion, age, and gender. If the only reason, your boss would fire you is because of your conversion to another...Read more »
I do not have a written agreement or obligation from "the sub renters" to continue to use the space. What are my rights in giving them notice to vacate? Can they sue me for lost business if I give them notice to move out?
There are several concerns I have with this. The first is whether your lease with the owner allows you to sublease to another. This isn't a claim that your sub can really raise, but you should take a good look at it anyway.
In the absence of a contract, if it went to court then it would...Read more »
If your father had rights to the patent (i.e., he did not assign it to his employer, or he has not otherwise sold it or licensed it), then you should treat the patent the same as any other personal property.
Depending on the method utilized to "drum up business" there may or may not be any liability. There are a number of causes of action that most lawyers would be able to think of depending on what was said and sometimes even how something was said. Damages would be difficult to prove and the...Read more »
To appropriately answer this question a lawyer would require a lot of additional information, but generally, justifiable cause is a very funny thing and rarely do two people agree on what it means without established case law that is on point. You will want to have a business lawyer take a look at...Read more »
For purposes of this answer I will assume that the business is simply inactive and that the necessary State filings have not been done. Therefore, you question would be when does the State revoke a business for failure to pay fees. Generally, you have two years before the State will not allow a...Read more »
Keys did not work. We talked to the front desk and they said that they went into our room and because it smelt like smoke we had to pay 250 dollars. We did not smoke in the room. We also had the do not disturb sign on the door. When I checked in I also said that we did not need room serv in the... Read more »
Unfortunately you are in a difficult situation. Most businesses would not put a customer through an ordeal such as this without an extremely good reason to do so and it sounds as though this business did not have such a reason.
You could certainly hire an attorney to make a demand upon the...Read more »
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