Neil Meyer
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Business expenses vs non-profits, statute of limitations
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You are confusing the terms tax write off with a tax deduction. In most countries you are allowed to deduct the money spent on the economic activities as long as they are spent with the idea of ...

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Can e-mail addresses be considered PII under US law?
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The causal link between the existence of spam and how the email address is used is going to be the tenuous part of the argument. Virtually all email addresses receive a certain amount of spam so who ...

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Does it constitute murder if the attempted murder fails but the victim dies anyway as a side effect of the attacker's actions?
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What you describe could be construed as felony murder in it is a death that happened during the committing of a felony. You were in the process of assaulting the victim and then he slipped and hit his ...

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Aren't there first amendment issues with the way the Biden Administration is telling Facebook et. al. to delete "covid misinformation"?
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It's the internet not real life. Facebook is the intellectual property of a company. There is no rights afforded that guarantees it's usage. The company that operates this piece of property can revoke ...

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Is there some kind of disclosure immunity if you violate your non-disclosure agreement to reveal fraud?
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There is also the concept of illegal contracts. A contract cannot be enforced if it forces either party to do something illegal. In the case you mention if damages was sought the defendant could make ...

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Use of a trademark instead of a business name
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Referring to your business in a contract, in any other term than what it was incorporated as in its founding documents is a bad idea. Generally speaking, there is a rule that a court will construe ...

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Can my employer take money from my wages?
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If no clear cut answer to what is considered "Lost Property" there is a clear case of ambiguity in what at least the drafter of this considers a contract. (Whether this is is another question.) What ...

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