My dentist office called in for routine checkup next day and I was outside so not sure about my schedule so I told them not next day instead they can put me after 2 days. Next day I realized that my daughter has important activity at school so we ...
Did you know about this cancellation policy requiring 24 hours notice? If not, it would greatly strenthen your argument. So would their actual ability to re-schedule another patient in your time slot.See question
I have an existing trademark for my product. The last three letters of my trademark are "pak" and I am afraid someone else will use my product name in the industry and spell it "pack." Can I file a separate trademark for the different spelling?
Trademark law already protects you from "confusingly similar," not just exactly identical, names sued by others for the same (or confusingly similar) goods or services.That's the USPTO.
You should think more broadly about protecting your business.
Another form of protection is state trademark registration with the CA Secretary of State.
Still another form of protection is appropriate liability insurance.
Still another form of protection is good disclaimers and disclosures on your website.
Still another form of protection is having good contracts with your vendors and good terms on your website.
Finally, where you have no protection and what you should acquire, are all the domain names confusingly similar to your trademark, both alternative spellings as well as those with various popular top level suffixes, such as .com, co., org, biz, etc. That provides very cheap insurance from internet competitors.
See your own IP/business lawyer for help.See question
I recently served a Request for Production on our matter's former GAL and they filed an objection. Is it up to me to set the objection for hearing?
Yes, it's up to the party seeking to compel a further response to pursue this. Your state's rules may require you to "meet and confer" prior to filing any motion.
I'm sure I don't need to tell you that you need to hire a lawyer to litigate this case. This question is basic, so it's very likely that there are many more things you don't know about lawyering, and it's not a learn-as-you-go type of profession ,because some mistakes are irrevocable.See question
I need to approach the bank and request that I be reinstated as a signer on the business bank accounts. I had removed myself and signed my sister on as a signer previously; i know this was a mistake and was done for complicated reasons related to ...
Your LLC's bank dosn't care who owns or control it, all they care about is who's an authorized signatory.
If you're the LLC's 100% owner, then aren't you also the managing member? Aren't you the only one who can make decisions for this LLC? You may need to consult an AK business lawyer to review the LLC's Operating Agreement and LLC membership share issuance and any resolutions to verify this.See question
Presented bank with Court Order listed above releasing my safe deposit box. Court signed/approved on 31-January 2017. I went into the bank on 2-15-2017 with my copy of the order, presented it and was denied access, bank sited it could take hour...
You could file a motion for contempt, but since you're likely to get access any minute now, why incur more legal fees to move for contempt?See question
I recently reserved two rooms at a hotel in paducah ky. I was asked to leave the premises due to smoking in the room. I did not smoke in the room but I did have cigarette butts in a cup with water. I agreed to pay the $250 fee for this as there m...
Considering that police were involved (?!?) and you clearly violated the no smoking policy, you should tone down your righteous indignation here, plus in the future, don't reserve a non-smoking room if you plan to smoke.
The hotel's policy may require forfeiture of your reservation and require payment for it if you violate their rules and are asked to leave, but still, the hotel doesn't need you any unhappier than you already are with them and doesn't want to have to enforce this policy.
If I were you, I'd pay for 2 rooms at the smoking rate (or their fine for smoking, and yes, in both rooms if there was smoking or smoked butts in the room) and as my colleague suggested, write "full and final payment" on the backa s well as the memo line of your check, and keep a copy of the front and back. I don't know if KY has adopted the Uniform Commercial Code or not; you will have to get a KY lawyer's opinion on whether this payment constitutes an accord and satisfaction.See question
I hired a company to install a new roof on my house. When the sales person initially came over, we talked extensively about what needed to be done. I already had 3 layers of roofing (max code), which the salesman was fully aware of. However; he ap...
The first place to check is your contract. Tjhe second place to check is your state's contractor's licensing board: http://www.oregon.gov/ccb/Pages/index.aspx
For any "extra" work done, there should be a "change order" that you sign and agree to pay for this "extra" work. Otherwise, if a contractor just does extra work without a client agreeing to pay for it, it lacks "consideration," and may not be what the client wanted and therefore should not have to pay for.
And yes, a contractor who causes damage should have to pay for that damage.
See your own OR construction lawyer for help.See question
Looking to set up a photography business as a sole proprietor in California.
What do you mean, "file for sales tax"? Do you mean, do you need to charge your clients sales tax? You do need a business license to pay city business tax. Contact your city's finance office. and of course you need to pay state and federal tax. See your own CPA for help for the correct tax structure for your business.
You need to see a business/IP alwyer so you can get a contract drafted for your clients so it's clear who owns what and can use what how, so you can register your works for copyrights, so you can choose an available and viable name for your website, and so you can have terms and conditions, disclaimers and disclosures on your website.See question
I also received a demand letter from Michael Ira Asen law office demanding a payment. I spoke to one of his rep and was told that they will settle for $280 instead of $350. I mailed in a check but put a stop payment on it as soon as I see the onli...
Yes, minors can be charged by the police with CRIMES, and yes, minors an be sued CIVILLY by the store they shooplifted from.
But there's no need to pay CIVIL demands. The store will never sue you for $280 or even $350. Lawyers aren't allowed to appear in Small Claims court in CA unl;ess they work for the company suing.See question
Hello I'm a graphic designer and I built a website for a client. Total price of website $2000 in which client paid $1200 deposit. We had and installment agreement for the remaining $800 . It has been 2 months since we opened the website and clien...
I doubt your contract allows you to shut down the website you built for lack of payment, but since I have no idea what your "installment agreement" says about what remedies you have if there's a breach, I can't give any meaningful answer, just a guess. I can say that if you don't have legal grounds to shut off this site, you could be sued for "torts" with exposure to punitive damages.
You will probably have to sue them in Small Claims court for the money they owe you.
You should hire a lawyer fro a couple of hours to draft you a contract you can use in the future so this doesn't happen again and so you can specify who owns what and what can be done if there's a breach.See question