There was a clerical error between myself and another admin staff. I was supposed to be covering emails on Monday and was not aware of it until Tuesday. On Tuesday however I worked through the emails from Monday for 3 hrs. We are paid per 8hr work day & I added it to my time sheet. My employer... Read more »
answered on Mar 2, 2023
You must always be paid for hours worked, so long as the employer permitted the work or you had a reasonable expectation (based on policy or lack of an opposite policy). You should ask for a more definite statement of what company policy or MD law you supposedly violated.
answered on Mar 2, 2023
A certificate of service is filed with a court to show that documents related to the case have been mailed to the opposing party (or opposing counsel).
This is different than saying that a party has been properly served the summons to initiate the case. It could be different in your state,... Read more »
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