I have a contract with a women I work with stating I will not market to clients that are associated with her business. Her company markets and she hires me to then work with the clients. My question is, if a former client from her company reaches out to me on thumbtack (which then I am charged... Read more »
It is not a good idea to work with this client. You don't indicate whether the client was someone that you worked with (taught) in the past for her. However, a non-compete means you cannot solicit or work with her clients while employed by or while you have an independent contractor agreement...Read more »
My 12 month lease ends the 28th of February. It is very clearly stated and there is no clause in my lease stating I need to give notice 30 days prior. I gave 29 days notice and now my landlord is fighting me and saying I have to stay and pay March rent
The statute you quoted is incomplete. It should read 735 ILCS 5/ ___ and a number after the slash in order to point to a relevant section of the statute that your landlord is reading. At any rate, you are not required to give thirty days notice unless it specifically states so in your lease....Read more »
Well, its your lucky day. The amount of check from the insurance was based upon an estimate of damage provided to them by their adjuster or an outside body shop. The fact that the body shop charged you less in the end should not change the amount of the check from the insurance. If the check is...Read more »
They have 3 home basketball games the very same week. They do not ask anyone to sign contracts to the sporting events. How would they be able to prove that someone contracted Covid from the dance or another mass gathering they held that week? I don’t see how their contract has any legal merit.
I'm not sure what "contract" you are referring to. The school is not the one who would be proving Covid was contracted at their function (in fact, they would most likely be defending that claim). Dances involve close intimate contact, watching a sporting event does not, so I presume...Read more »
The school has no obligation to allow students into the dance without first obtaining a release relating to Covid. Since they are hosting a gathering, no doubt their attorneys recommended releases to be signed as a condition of attendance. However, as much as some school officials may want to, the...Read more »
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