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  1. Re: How to Respond to a Demand for Payment Email I Don't Owe

    Thank you for your replies.

    After consideration, I decided to respond to them and tell them I donít need to do anything for them, nor do I need to be corresponding to the email writer as she has...
  2. Re: How to Respond to a Demand for Payment Email I Don't Owe

    If I ignore them, I imagine there are two choices: they drop it, or take me to small claims court. I'd like to avoid small claims court or any other legal action. Not because I don't owe them...
  3. How to Respond to a Demand for Payment Email I Don't Owe

    My question involves collection proceedings in the State of: California

    I am a medical provider. I had left my previous employer unexpectedly and was not able to sign off on some patient notes....
  4. Re: Business Owner Wants Me to Close Business As Ceo

    They did leave a message on my phone once, and an attorney, who had been doing them a favor, had initiated contact through email a few times, but now they want me to correspond with them directly....
  5. Re: Business Owner Wants Me to Close Business As Ceo

    I searched and asked around some more and have re-assessed my situation and now know I am not obligated to comply to their demands.

    Is there a protocol or "right way" to respond to their...
  6. Re: Business Owner Wants Me to Close Business As Ceo

    They didn't file a Statement of Information with the CA SOS so I had to do it. I did put the resignation of writing and sent it to them. I'm assuming they either want me to close it, or become CEO...
  7. Business Owner Wants Me to Close Business As Ceo

    My question involves business law in the state of: California

    Long story short:
    An investor's assistant approached me, a medical licensed provider, to open an outpatient clinic. I agreed and...
  8. Legal Malpractice: Re: Closing a Medical Business Before Malpractice Gets Out of Hand

    The issue is, he won't take the initiative to remove me from the documents and business as he needed me in the first place. In that case, could I just close everything myself without any issues? What...
  9. Legal Malpractice: Closing a Medical Business Before Malpractice Gets Out of Hand

    My question involves malpractice in the state of: California

    This also includes a business law along with medical/legal malpractice.

    I found out a week ago that a person without a medical...
  10. Business Finance: Re: Who is Responsible for Employee Wages: Ceo or Cfo (100% Shareholder)

    Thank you for all your answers. I really appreciate it. I have a few more if anyone is able to advise.

    If the CEO gave written notice of the last day of employment but is still currently the CEO...
  11. Business Finance: Who is Responsible for Employee Wages: Ceo or Cfo (100% Shareholder)

    My question involves business law in the state of: California

    The CEO wants to leave the company and remove his name from the corporation, or close it down. The CFO/investor is threatening that if...
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