If I make and sell some software (online if that matters), and say that software ends up causing some unexpected behavior (let's go extreme and say it deletes all data on the hard drive!). Am I liable ...
Does every account (Paypal, Mailchimp etc.) need to be in the Corporation's name, to make that account belong to the Corp?
Q1. Does every account (PayPal,Sendgrid,Heroku,AWS,Mailchimp) need to be in a company's name to make the company liable for anything that might go wrong, not the founders (to a reasonable degree of ...
I have agreed to undertake he design and delivery of a website for my cleint. their is a contract, but it is unsigend by both parties. The work has been partially paid for ( 2/3rds ) The work has ...
In the last couple of month, i've built a cloud based application and it's now ready to launch. I also applied for LLC in California in last month, but waiting for the application to complete. My ...
Why is it that after removing any liability, warranties have expressions like “but in any case not more than $1.50”?
If the non-liability works – it works. If not – why would the second part work?
Was just curious about this. With Intellectual Property, if there is no contract and you are a contractor, all the work you create is owned by the creator by default. How does liability work though? ...