Legal Advice for Sale of Goods — 8 results
Written by attorney Bruce E. Burdick, about 1 year ago.
People often want to play Robin Hood, so we have gotten several questions that go something like this:
-People buying the knock offs are aware they aren't authentic, -The population here... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Blackwell, 11 months ago.
The case is all too common. A manufacturer hires an independent sales representative. The sales representative works hard to bring in an important customer. Yet, once the manufacturer... more
Written by attorney Stan D. Cohen, about 1 month ago.
While it is understandable for persons in new business ventures to watch every penny, a retainer attorney may prove valuable when that question comes up. Pre-Start up When embarking on a... more
Written by attorney Zebulon Chandler, about 1 year ago.
-Easy online filing process
-Reduced costs and paperwork requirements
-Establishes an official U.S. patent application filing date
-Allows Patent Pending to be used
Written by attorney Gregory Glaser, almost 3 years ago.
Here are some basic considerations for a 'sale of goods' agreement:
Identify the parties by name, contact info, and how they are entering the contract (i.e., on behalf of xyz company).... more
Written by attorney Andrew Moler, about 1 year ago.
Has anyone ever heard the old clich, if it aint broke dont fix it? Evidently the United States Senate has not. The taxation of Internet sales is just another way of creating more taxes and... more
Written by attorney Kourosh Pourmorady, about 5 years ago.
IRS may seek to collect tax for the forgiven debt. With this current economic market, the value of the real properties have diminished in some areas close to 50%. Owners in an attempt to... more
Written by attorney John Malaise, over 2 years ago.
A short sale carries its name because the money you get from selling your home comes short of the amount of debt you owe on the house. A homeowner cant simply sell their home. They have to... more