While working with a previous business, I spent months
Hello.While working with a previous business, I spent months designing & creating a very creative business display showcase for an industry show. To be noted-I owned every single item that was on display. This showcase is a portion of my resume and, obviously, both the other business and myself have images of the showcase display many places online as promotion. I am unsure when this occurred, but it has recently been brought to my attention that the other business has removed myself and my business name from the 'credits' on all of the images associated with this event. In addition, there are numerous additional ways in which they are using photos, in which, the photographer, the dress designer, the florist, etc. are ALL given their deserved credit, but I am not as the stylist and/or decor designer. Do I have any rights in this situation?
I commissioned a copy writer to write text website which he
i commissioned a copy writer to write text for my website which he did and got paid for.then proceeded to hire him for another project which i prepaid him $100 as a down payment. i explained to him during a phone conversation that the job was to edit some material that have for another website I own, and informed him that I will be emailing the text to edit, but I never did.it seems he got greedy and instantly jacked up his rates, at which point i declined to proceed with sending the text to edit and called off the deal and asked him to return my money, which I had send through paypal.the copy writer, refused to return the money and pretended that it was for the time he spent researching info about what I had "briefed him about on the phone" , when this excuse didn't fly too far, he changed it to extra work he had done on "the previous job" that I didn't pay for (we had agreed on a flat rate, it was paid. case closed) and in fact I owed him a little bit more money that he is demanding that I pay "immediately". days later he then proceeded to send me a stop and desist email claiming that I would be infringing on his copy right asking me to remove immediately from my website the material i had paid for from the first project.I disputed the matter with paypal, but it seems that what he sent them was convincing enough to decline my dispute. so i took the dispute to the credit card company.my question : does he have any legal rights on the copy of the first project ? (the ideas were mine, he just edited the sentences and sent them back)any ideas how i can prove to paypal that 1- this guy did not deliver any work for the 2nd payment I sent especially that he didn't have anything to work on? and that the 2nd payment was exclusively for a new project and not to cover anything that was done before?
I'm planning to record my workshops on audio or video
Hi! I'm planning to record my workshops on audio or video and to offer them on the internet for fun and to make money. Pls let me know how to go about this and where to obtain the legal agreements I would need. Thanks!
If I want to get complete ownership of a youtube video
If I want to get complete ownership of a youtube video series that someone has produced, how do I go about doing that? For example, the youtube channel: youtube.com/gruesomehistory has 8 videos. I want to buy the youtube channel as well as own all the videos on the channel. What are the steps and bases I need to cover?
I am selling my business. In 2014 I entered into a 1 year
I am selling my business. In 2014 I entered into a 1 year exclusive agreement with a broker that ended in 2015. I entered into a different exclusive agreement with a different broker earlier this year that lasts 120 days, and ends next month.Both of these brokers have now introduced me to separate buyers who are both offering identical deals, same money, same terms.Exclusive broker will not budge on their commission (they initially told me that they would sell our business inside of 4 months for a LOT more than the offer that is presented now), however, now that the offer is a lot lower, they won't budge on commission. Which would normally be fine, except the other deal we have on the table from the other broker is with much less commission.I have communicated this with both brokers, one will negotiate, the exclusive one will not. I told them I'm just being up front and trying to get the best deal possible and not trying to cheat anyone out of anything, but the offers we have on the table are for far less than what they "valued" my business for.My question is, can we just wait until the exclusive agreement with the high commission broker ends and sell to the other party, without owing the exclusive broker $$?
The original member of a LLC wants out, company has not
The original member of a LLC wants out, company has not transacted business. Need simple forms to record the necessary resolutions in the records books, need to change registered agent with state of florida (where the entity is domestically organized), change primary business address to our business address in NY and mutually release each other (original member of LLC and the company)