The meter is built on LoraWan - long range wireless. We contacted Semtech who build LoraWan engineers and they siad the firmware is blatantly faulty. We don't have a contract of ownership of the work product. The meter has my company name, all parts, pieces and inventory I paid for. I also... Read more »
answered on Feb 25, 2023
Do you have a written contract that can be reviewed? If so, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org/
contractor said that they need to erase there personal stuff of the computer, also that they added upgrades to the equipment on there own dime without asking. so looks like they have been using it as a personal computer too.
if its company property does that mean whatever is on the... Read more »
I was making payments through a truck I started financing a year ago, and those payments were being made through SMART Payment plan in which they charged me on a biweekly basis in means to help me pay off the vehicle quicker.
Problems occured quuckly and often through them. My payments were... Read more »
answered on Feb 3, 2023
Technically, there is probably some liability there but it very likely wouldn’t be worth the time, money or hassle to pursue it. If you can get reimbursed what you’ve lost ( or most of it), you’ll still be ahead of the game.
I am a recovering addict and I was accused of dropping drugs in the public bathroom that I and every other addict used that day in the clinic. Mind you I screen as part of treatment in front of someone and you would think something would been said if it was there then? Now I know for fact they... Read more »
answered on Jan 2, 2023
You would likely spend more money out of pocket than you would recover pursuing this bc there are very limited damages.
It’s a petty warrant but I just need to go get my license renewed without being arrested at the dmv, I’ll handle the warrants separately
I put in 2 years of very hard work at my job while they did nothing but degrade me, and belittle me. It led to my eventual HR claim against the management. The managers then retaliated and I was wrongfully terminated a few days after the claim. Without any kind of notice that I had been fired, I... Read more »
I took my son to get a hotel room. He pays and then I then drive him around to his room. Pulling up my foot slipped on the breaks and I hit a column. My car insurance will cover the column. I leave. The hotel ends up making my son leave before he even gets in his room. They then kept all the money... Read more »
I have leases from other residents showing I did not live there.
answered on Jan 10, 2022
Did you sign a lease on this housing? If not, you owe nothing.
My boss wants me to anwser the buisness phone off the clock. (Talking to customers, scheduling jobs, dispatching technicians) I do this on nights and weekends for the past few years he isn’t wanting to pay me for my time. What can I do to get paid for my time?
answered on Nov 28, 2021
In Kentucky this would be a violation of the Wage and Hour Act. You can file a claim against your employer.
A little back story is the CEO of the company I worked for sat me down and said I have a week and half to get vaccinated or bring in a religious/health exemption. I brought In a religious exemption but was informed they are denying it. There’s more details but that the main story. My question is... Read more »
answered on Oct 6, 2021
The answer to your question depends on the basis for your religious exemption, as well as whether your request for modification of the mandatory vaccination policy would cause your employer undue burden. You should contact an employment law attorney in your area to discuss the details of your... Read more »
I traded in my vehicle which was told to get $1,500 towards purchasing my new car plus I made a down payment of $700 I signed a few papers I gave them the keys to my car I was trading in bring my credit card. The salesman even took a picture of me in front of the car with the keys. Yesterday my... Read more »
answered on Nov 18, 2020
You need to hire a lawyer to file suit against everyone for your car and deposit.
They have a 3 month lease and only paid deposit and one month. They left the 2 weeks after the 3rd month
answered on Apr 30, 2020
In Kentucky since you own the LLC solely it is solely your asset. A Trustee may be able to sell assets of the LLC. If the LLC had other members this is generally not possible for the Trustee.
Venmo is a popular app that is used to process financial transactions so that people can easily access funds online. Venmos reputation is littered with hundreds upon thousands of complaints about they're misleading policies and theft of funds for no reason. Venmo has stolen $1,400 from me that... Read more »
answered on Feb 29, 2020
Contact an attorney immediately and look into filing suit against Venmo.
A lady came barreling down the parking lot and i was taken back by it and asked her to watch her speed she then attempts to run me over with her car ... I then proceed back into kroger to ask store manager to call police enforcements and he without hesitation stated that he would not do so
answered on Feb 8, 2020
Yes. It is legal but you can always call the police directly.
Anything I can #o
answered on Feb 8, 2020
You may have a claim for wrongful repossession and damages if the loan was not in default. Consult a debtors rights lawyer.
I sell magnetic therapy bracelets online. They are not proven to have any benefits with studies, but I want to run an ad that has a picture of a bracelet and also a before/after of a woman who lost weight. Does this fall under false advertisement and can I get sued.
Nowhere in my website or... Read more »
answered on Jan 16, 2020
If you are going to run the ad, you should put the disclaimer on the ad that you set out above. That should protect you from any claims of fraud.
Ok, so our employer claims that they do not need to pay employees to don and doff their protective personal equipment who choose to leave the premises on their 30 minute unpaid meal break. This in turn reduces the 30 minute meal period to the employees who choose to leave the premises for food or... Read more »
answered on Jan 6, 2020
These types of cases are heavily fact dependent and more information is required to evaluate your claim. There are cases where courts have held that this type of activity is compensable and cases where courts have held it is not. You should reach out to an employment law attorney for a consultation... Read more »
answered on Nov 30, 2019
That depends on a number of additional factors. An LLC is almost always better than nothing. And the S-election requires an entity to be accepted. So the LLC is essentially a foregone conclusion. The question becomes to s-elect or not.
That question becomes first an issue of eligibility.... Read more »
To be specific, it is a container made specifically to contain and transport Nintendo Switch games. The product explicitly details it is for Nintendo Switch games. I assume this could be an issue due to the face the Nintendo Switch is a registered trademark of Nintendo. What do I need to do for... Read more »
answered on Nov 6, 2019
You need the input of a trademark attorney. You're correct in that this involves business law, but your question would have a better chance of being seen by a trademark attorney if you reposted in the Trademark section. Good luck
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