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Ryan P Siney

Lemoyne Intellectual Property Law Attorney.

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  1. My LLC is in Pennsylvania, but i am moving to Florida-what do I need to do? thank you

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Ryan P Siney
    2. Paul Arnold Nidich
    3. Linscott Roberts Hanson
    3 lawyer answers

    The answer to your question depends on what you plan to do with your business. There is no requirement that the member or members of a Pennsylvania LLC reside in Pennsylvania. If you plan to continue to do business in Pennsylvania, then it may be more convenient for your LLC to remain as a Pennsylvania-based LLC. If you plan to do business primarily in Florida, then, at the very least, you are likely required to register your Pennsylvania LLC as a foreign entity in Florida (and in any other...

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  2. I live in Pennsylvania and I am legally separated from my husband. Can I be sued over my husband's credit card debts?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Ryan P Siney
    2. Susan Schmeidler Blum
    2 lawyer answers

    The rights and obligations of spouses and former spouses can sometimes be unclear. You should consult an attorney if any legal action is taken against you or if the debt collector continues to harass you. The debt collector must comply with certain laws regarding debt collection, and an attorney can advise you of your rights if those laws have been violated. Pennsylvania is not a community property state. If you are still married, then your joint marital assets are likely held as...

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  3. What is the law called in pennslyvania that says the public has the right to know about all things of the case after the case is

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Ryan P Siney
    1 lawyer answer

    If you are seeking public records from a Pennsylvania government department or agency, then the Pennsylvania Right to Know Law may apply. The Pennsylvania Right to Know Law requires that most government records (except confidential information such as individuals' contact information, financial data and social security numbers) be made available upon request. To make a request for public records, you must submit a request in writing to the Open Records Officer for the government department or...

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  4. Is there any legal action I can take to help my situation?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Ryan P Siney
    1 lawyer answer

    Based on your question, it sounds like your situation could be serious and I suggest you consult an attorney immediately if you are not successful in resolving this issue on your own. This activity could also constitute a crime and should be reported to the police. Although I don't know the specifics of your situation, in general, another person is not permitted to use your image and likeness for their own purposes without your consent. There are ways to insist that a website remove your...

  5. Can I fight Getty Images for wanting to charge me $750 for an immage i used on my page which I took from a googled site

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Ryan P Siney
    1 lawyer answer

    The letter you received is evidence of a growing trend of enhanced protection of copyrighted works by the owner of the copyright. Although I don't know the facts of your specific situation (and can't provide you with legal advice for that reason), you could be liable to the copyright owner for copyright infringement even if there was no posted copyright notice. If you indeed infringed on the copyright, then the copyright owner may be able to sue you and win more than the $750 they are...