I have an employee that suffered a minor injury at work and
I have an employee that suffered a minor injury at work and signed refusing medical care. We are required by our work comp. company to do off site drug test. The test came back positive for a couple of different drugs. This employee has foster children in the residence. Are we required as an employer to report the employee to Dept. of Family and children services? The employee will be terminated for violating the company substance abuse policy once the test are verified by off site lab.
I am the Seller, and the Buyer is Delaware Corporation and
I am the Seller, and the Buyer is Delaware Corporation and employment contract and law governing the agreement is the State of Florida.I (Seller) am being asked to sign a non-compete with the following text:3. Seller's Covenant Not to Compete.a. For a period of three (3) years from the closing date, Seller will not directly or indirectly carry on any aspect of Buyer, be employed by, solicit business for, have any financial interest in, lend money to, guaranty the debts or obligations of, or lend assistance to any person, firm, corporation or partnership.b. For a period of three (3) years from the closing date, Seller will not hire away or attempt to induce any other employee or tenant of Buyer to leave the employ or tenancy of Buyer or go into business with any employee or tenant of Buyer for any other person, to form a corporation or partnership.c. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Seller shall be permitted to develop the business associated with www.wayapp.com, provided that Seller does not solicit any existing customers of Buyer or use any information that it acquired while associated with Buyer to solicit any customers away from Buyer.I currently own and manage WayApp Inc (Florida Corporation). Is clause c. enough protection for me, so that the company can not enforce the non-compete for any work I do in WayApp?
Lease question...My wife's business signed a 5-year lease
Lease question...My wife's business signed a 5-year lease five years ago in March. In May, the landlord "spoke" with my wife about renewal. There were no terms discussed. None regarding length of a renewal nor dollar figures. Nothing written was presented. The landlord asked if they intended to renew. My wife's response was "we don't plan on going anywhere any time soon." Her response was NOT "oh yes, we will be here for five more years." Now the landlord says the lease renewed "without notice", however she says "terms have changed" yet my wife had NO verbal confirmation of any changes let alone any written/signed contract. How is "we don't plan on going anywhere any time soon" binding with NO terms etc? Any help appreciated!!
Two weeks ago, I received a phone call! I didn't answer, and
Two weeks ago, I received a phone call! I didn't answer, and the person left a message! I remember, it was a toll free number! Actually I thought it was a telemarketer phone call, as it happened often every day! Later I I checked this message, and the person was saying that "I have been served"! A few days later, Someone knocked at my door two times, first on the daytime, and the second time, late at night! Basically they don't have any ways to know that I was aware of the message left on my phone, since I basically never checked my messages! I found a bit strange to receive phone message that such a an important matter! I would like to know what could happen if I keep on avoiding them?Thanks
I'm leasing a truck, in 8mos I'll be finishing the lease.
I'm leasing a truck, in 8mos I'll be finishing the lease. But my company is trying to get the truck back after I've made 2.5yrs into payment. What can I doJA: What state is this in? And how old is the truck?Customer: Georgia & truck is a 2007 freightlinerJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: That's it besides, after I'm almost finished with the payment. They give me loads that cover the payments
In terms of liability (not tax). What are the differences
Hi ,In terms of liability (not tax) . What are the differences between LLC, LLC and PC. In my specific example there are two partners/members/shareholders.For example: issues such as liability for the other partners, type of protection (debt, mal practice , neglagece), etc.