Under Texas law, it is possible for you to waive your right to arbitration if you substantially invoke the judicial process to the point of prejudicing the opposing party. Perry Homes v. Cull, 258 S.W.3d 580, 589-90 (Tex. 2008).
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Regardless of whether your startup is trying to help predict weather patterns to help farmers in Nebraska maximize the yield from their alfalfa crop or if it’s built with the sole mission of guiding New Yorkers to the softest pumpernickel bagels in their neighborhood, it undoubtedly relies on some form of Artificial Intelligence.
“Hi there. If you do not submit the form and payment of $200 to this address, then you will be in trouble with the local police.”
If you are wondering how many shares to authorize upon formation, then you are in the right article. What will happen when the shares are authorized? Read below and understand the principles of shared stocks.
People often wonder whether they can form an LLC in a state they don’t live in. The answer is yes. Companies have flexibility when choosing where to establish their domicile.
All corporations that are incorporated in Delaware must do the following on an annual basis: file an Annual Report and pay an annual franchise tax. More information on both the Annual Report and the franchise tax may be found on the State of Delaware website: https://corp.delaware.gov/frtax.shtml. Both the Annual Report and the annual franchise tax are due by March 1st of each year.
A registered agent is a responsible third party who is registered in the state where your business entity is formed. The registered agent may be an individual or a business entity and is designated to receive service or process (notice of legal action) on behalf of your company. Some states, like Delaware, require you to have a registered agent at the time of formation and maintain one during the life of the company.
What is the difference between a C-Corp, S-Corp, and LLC? The three types of entities advantages and disadvantages are examined here.