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Do I need to include inc in my logo?

Logos depict the “trade name” of the company, and there is no legal reason to include Inc, LLC, Ltd, or any other legal designation on your logo. Much like an individual’s legal name – for example Mary Jane Smith III – the full name is used on legal documents, but not necessary anywhere else.

Does the name of an LLC matter?

It does not matter what you call the LLC. Typically, although not exclusively they are named after the address of the building,or the people who founded it. That LLC can exist regardless of whether it runs one business or 50…. and there can be LLCs in every state with that same name.

Can you use profanity in a business name?

State and federal laws generally prohibit companies from using legally or morally offensive terms. For example, a company name should not use swear words or words that provoke indecent or pornographic thoughts. Similarly, new companies cannot use names that suggest or promote illegal activity.

Can you swear in a courtroom?

If you are a witness and are asked a question, then you must respond. If the response is a curse repeating was was said to you, then it is okay. Just cursing in a courtroom may result in you being held in contempt of court for being disrespectful…

What should you not do in a courtroom?

What (Not) To Do In A Courtroom

  • Dress for success.
  • Arrive early.
  • Be prepared.
  • Do not enter the courtroom without your attorney.
  • Be prepared to stand, if you are able, when the judge enters the courtroom.
  • Be patient.
  • Remain quiet.

Can you talk back to a judge?

DON’T ever talk over the judge. Talking over the judge is a sign of deep disrespect. Even when the judge is mistaken, keep quiet until he or she finishes and then ask permission to speak.

What happens if you don’t stand up in court?

What happens if you don’t stand when a judge enters court? The judge will probably issue a warning or admonishment to the person, or find the person I’m contempt in extreme cases.

Why do you have to say your honor to a judge?

“Your Honor”is the proper way to address a judge in court. Therefore, judge of a court is saluted as honorable judge. Hence in oral representation a judge is addressed as “Your honor” giving due respect to his or her statutory authority.

Do judges have to be lawyers?

The majority of judges have a law degree (JD) and have practiced as attorneys. There are no required undergraduate fields of study to apply for law school. However, many individuals who want to become lawyers obtain a bachelor’s degree in a relevant subject like criminal justice, politics, legal studies, or business.