Review possible discrimination; offer advice, including how plaintiffs can file a comlaint or lawsuit or how defendants can defend; explanation on how to find, vet, consult with, and possibly hire the right attorney.
60 minutes of reviewing matter and answering questions/providing guidance by email or phone; answering reasonably related questions
More of my time is available at $250/hour and I charge for actual minutes, not increments such as 1/10 hour; no extra charge for emails
I worked for the WA State Human Rights Commission three times; I was a Tacoma Human Rights Commissoner for 3 years; I've worked in this field for around 45 years, before and after law school
A: In theory, all consulting (and other written agreements) are legally binding/enforceable, but in practice, it depends entirely on how an agreement is written and the understanding of the parties when they form an agreement. If you will be working on many projects, with many clients, I urge you to get assistance from an attorney in reviewing/writing any boilerplate you end up using, including choosing certain paragraphs that may change from contract to contract.
A: I cannot give you legal advice in this format, and no attorney/client relationship is formed between us. If you enter into a partnership agreement, it will be valid until the end of time unless you either terminate it in accordance with the termination clauses in the contract or on a date specified in the contract. If you are asking such a basic question, I urge you to seek representation by an attorney (just you, solely) prior to signing this agreement or any other agreement you may be considering.
A: I cannot give legal advice in this question/answer format, and no attorney/client relationship is formed. However, first read through your contract and find the paragraph(s) that deal with the termination of the contract. Next, contact an attorney for at least a 30 minute consultation prior to making any moves. Finally, contact the company and explain that you need to terminate, and why, and express the hope that you can terminate on a "win win" no hard feeling basis.
A: Purchasing a business without a binding agreement would be extremely risky (and, I'm sorry to be blunt, but extremely foolish). For example, without an agreement in which the seller is responsible for debts incurred prior to the sale, creditors could come after you.