We are a small business in Colorado, who had a customer record our conversation without consent . We would like to possible pursue a case against this customer pursuant to Michigan’s eavesdropping statute prohibits recording in-person and telephone conversations without consent from all parties,... Read more »
answered on Mar 5, 2022
If you're looking for criminal charges, contact the police. If you're looking for civil damages, they problem will be what damage you've sustained? Did they just record the conversation for their own purposes? Have they posted it on a blog or something and it's affected your business?
is in the same state as the threatener? Is this because Congress has the power to regulate interstate commerce and make laws pertaining to the foregoing power and phones and the internet are considered to be interstate commerce?
answered on Aug 10, 2021
Bingo! phone lines and internet connections are matters of interstate commerce. But it is not always charged as a federal crime; more often than not, it would be a state-level charge.
Of the Gov.Cera plan, or MSHDA. He proceeded to tell me how he doesn't think I have a disability, I should go back to work
He's in pain everyday and he works, He doesn't feel as tho anyone should be on disability.Any insight, Because I'm really
answered on Jun 26, 2021
Are you already renting under MSHDA or some other program? Your landlord does not get to decide if you are disabled or whether you qualify under any program.
I am a 23 year old EMT and she is a 39 year old ER nurse. Despite my effort she will not confirm with me if she is pregnant. She only tells me that she is “handling it”.
answered on Jun 24, 2021
Why do you think she is pregnant? And if she is, why do you think it's by you? There is a process to establish paternity before birth, but you'd need a whole lot more than a feeling she is pregnant. And she would otherwise be able to "handle it" as she sees fit anyway.
I was inside their home because they hired our company to treat for pests. All electronics are supposed to be unplugged. She had a video camera set up and eavesdropped on my conversation with an employee while she was somewhere else watching on her phone. She’s now sent it to my office and trying... Read more »
answered on Apr 28, 2021
You have two issues: 1) you were in someone else's home, with no reasonable expectation of privacy; 2) this is an employment issue. Any one, right or wrong, can make a complaint. Good employers will assess the complaint and want to hear your side of things before taking action. It could be as... Read more »
Everytime i got him to call, he says my wife is listening on speaker too.. so i don't think there going to disclose any info. If its a privacy law Is there a way around it?
answered on Feb 3, 2021
What information are you seeking? If the phone is in his name, then he has access to his records. Instead of involving the phone company, why does he not just download them and give them to you, or give you online access to those records?
If he is unwilling to cooperate, then you should... Read more »
answered on Mar 18, 2019
Absent some court order to the contrary, while exercising parenting time, the parent may decide if and when the child has access to a cell phone.
I purchased an item from a dealer who misrepresented the item and began lying about that misrepresentation the minute my check was cashed so I began recording conversations with them without their consent. I want to put these recordings in reviews online and give to the corporation/ brand of... Read more »
answered on Aug 27, 2018
Your question raises a couple different issues, so I'll break it down in parts.
(1) Is it illegal to record the phone call?
No, probably not. A person can record a phone conversation in Michigan, if the person recording the call is a participant in the phone call and the... Read more »
After six months trying to arrange a payment schedule as promised by client, the client requested more work prior to pay. I declined and offered a payment schedule. Point person misunderstood and responded by dissolving business relationship and demanding digital web/email account access... Read more »
answered on Feb 28, 2018
Do you have a written contract with the client? If so, you should examine the terms of any default provisions. If you do not have a contract, it is a trickier situation and you probably have the right to terminate the contract without further liability to the client. However, you need to examine... Read more »
answered on Feb 15, 2017
No and no. Individuals may have a right to sue and recover for libel/defamation however if named in and injured reputationally by fake new stories.
him opened the document without his permission and deleted it. Do I have a case against her for deleting and reading my private document to him?
answered on Jun 28, 2016
I don't see it.If they both had access to the email and he never changed his password, it's not the US mail she interfered with.
The document itself is an electronic copy so it's not as if she destroyed something irreplacable.
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