I have a small accounting practice in West Los Angeles. I
I have a small accounting practice in West Los Angeles. I need to increase my client base and basically there were couple of ungrateful tax clients in past about few years ago, that wanted me to provide them free service for them which I declined and I requested payment for the additional work. They have gone on Yelp and posted very untruthful facts about my services and gave a bad rating on my services that I provided them. I responded to their false accusation on the site and also requested my other clients to post a review about my services and asked them to express their view and opinion about my services. Few of them wrote up very good reviews about their experiences with my services. However, for some strange reason, all those reviews were taken down from yelp and now only these not favorite reviews are being seen by the potential clients. I called customer representative of Yelp and they said these other good reviews did not make reviews for others in yelp and thereby they have taken them down. In addition, I wanted to advertise with Yelp and they told me that since I have these couple of bad reviews which have given me 1 star, my advertisement with them would not be effective and they are not even willing to take me as a client. Is there any remedy for this situation.
I am in process of purchasing a smoke shop.i want to sign a
hello sir,I am in process of purchasing a smoke shop.i want to sign a purchase agreement between me and the seller,but I want to make sure the I am protected from any taxes or liability that the seller might be owed in the past.do you think the attached file [agreement] is enough or shall I just make it simple and make one page agreement states that buyer is not responsible for any back taxes of the seller and the purchase price is due on or before the transfer of the lease contract.
Second opinion] - a have a question about a LLC memebers,
Second opinion] - a have a question about a LLC memebersJA: What state are you in? And have you consulted a local attorney?Customer: Kentucky. Not yetJA: Has anything been officially filed? If so, what?Customer: I have an LLC for over 5 years. I have a partner 50-50. My partner is a managing memb r on operating agreement but he left to florida before we opened and has lived there since than, He only been here 1 or 2 time isn the last 5 years. Basically i am the one that built the business and running Can he technically be a managing memmber without involving iin operations?JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: no
I have litigation against a publicly traded bank. I believe
I have litigation against a publicly traded bank. I believe that the banks CEO is not telling the bank board members what has gone on and is misleading them. My question is: what SEC or OCC rules can I look at to find out the responsibilities and obligations of a board of a publicly traded entity?
I am a shareholder in a small business which turns over
I am a shareholder in a small business which turns over about £250,000 per year. One of the directors has agreed to sell his shares of 25% in the company for £10,000. This is a very low sum even taking into consideration that the company is not doing as well as it has in the past. He will be leaving the company as part of corporate restructuring and general agreement of all parties.The remaining majority shareholder will have just over 50% of the company once this restructuring has taken place and will be keen to buy out other shareholders while the value of the shares are low, in an effort to seek investment at a later stage with him owning a larger shareholding.My question is are the other shareholders legally obliged to sell at a value similar to the £10,000 at any point or can we hold onto our shares until there's investment and growth in the company some years down the line? As I understand it there are standard drag along and tag along rights.
Location PA. Company was sued In May 2014 and the company
Location PA.Company was sued In May 2014 and the company LLC was revoked for non payment of taxes in June 2014. The Plaintiff got a judgment on that company in July. The plaintiff did not file appeal and let the judgment stay. The company has no assents and never had a back account nor filed taxes in this company name. The officers of the company was releases from the suit. What can the plaintiff collect?