I signed a contract for $36,000 with a company called
I signed a contract for $36,000 with a company called Multiview to do online marketing services. After two months, I have discovered that this company is likely to be fraudulent. I have not seen any uptick in web traffic. I have a small company and this is too much money to waste. I would like advise on how I can get out of the contract or the consequences if I break the contract and discontinue the $30,000 of remaining payments. I am a California based sole proprietorship and Multiview is a Texas based corporation
My product is complementary (although it may wrongly be
My product is complementary (although it may wrongly be perceived as competing with) two companies. Can I state their products' names in my own advertising? Something like this:"[My Product] allows you to upload [Their Product] to the cloud and in just a few seconds"(Their product is a registered mark)Also, beyond the legal aspect -- what is the business / ethical aspect in that regard? Is it common practice to ask for permission, or not necessarily? (I prefer not, of course)
I am joining an existing LLC in May. For tax purposes, am I
I am joining an existing LLC in May. For tax purposes, am I liable for any income or investment in the LLC that occurred before I signed on to the agreement?JA: Can you tell me what state the LLC is registered in?Customer: CAJA: Has anything been officially filed? If so, what?Customer: original paperwork was signed August 2016 with two people's name on it New paperwork (with my name) not been filed yetJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I'm not sure if they filed taxes last year, am I liable for penalties on that?
I need an attorney for company law in LA, California, not
i need an attorney for company law in LA, CaliforniaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: not yet but a person has threaten me with a formal writJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: the person used to be a business partner but he registered the company under his name and i registered and run the company abroad under the same name
A publicly traded bank, the bank's CEO and other bank
A publicly traded bank, the bank's CEO and other bank representatives have been named as defendants in a civil RICO action in federal court. Regardless of the merits of the case Is the bank required to disclose this to shareholders? if so, and they deliberately failed to disclose, what are the ramifications? is this a SEC or OCC jurisdiction?
I would like to find out what is the best state to form an
Hi, I would like to find out what is the best state to form an LLC for my real estate investing business.what states have the best benefits?I see that other states have a cheaper annual fee. That is what making it attractive me, like Delaware, Florida, Montana, Nevada, Wyoming LLC or Corporation.The question is if, I form in Wyoming, for example, do I also have to bay the $800 for Californa LLC?Thank you,Ali
A uniform company our business uses has thrown our account
A uniform company our business uses has thrown our account into arbitration without response to our letters, negotiation or living up to the contract on their end. Do I have to agree to arbitration? I was not given any option and it will cost me thousands of dollars according to the Arbitrator agreement I received by mail. The uniform company will not respond to any letters or calls. What do I do?
Question I have a royalty contract with a company that was
QuestionI have a royalty contract with a company that was recently dissolved. Is the contract still enforceable?I have had a contract with a company (XYZ Company) since Sept 2013. I licensed the right and recipes of a specialty food company with 13 company owned locations. The conditions of my contract required me to pay a 4% royalty, to get approval on any new geographical locations, in addition to paying a license fee for any expansions.I was told that the “Licensor” had changed the name of the company along with making several modifications to their method and strategy for doing business. They offered me a partnership with the new company if I would assume the name and come on board to help them grow. I opted not to pursue their offer.I did some checking with the state that they are incorporated in and was surprised to find out the company that I had my agreement with was dissolved. In addition, I discovered that the new company is in one of their General Managers names.The following exempts are from the contract and I am wondering if I am still bound to my contract with XYZ Company since it legally no longer exists?“THIS LICENSE AGREEMENT ("Agreement") is a legally binding contract by the undersigned, entered into as of this SEPTEMBER 11, 2013, by and between MY COMPANY, LLC, a MY STATE corporation located at MY ADDRESS (The “Licensee") and THEIR COMPANY, LLC a THEIR STATE corporation located at THEIR ADDRESS. (The “Licensor") This Agreement sets forth the terms and conditions on which Licensee may use THEIR COMPANY's recipes, methods and techniques to produce and sell a food product. (The “licensed Property”)”“SeverabilityShould a court of competent jurisdiction rule one or more provisions or parts of provisions of this agreement invalid or unenforceable, the remaining provisions or parts of provisions will remain in full force and effect.”