If you feel you have been discriminated against by the actions of your employer because of your race, age, gender (including sexual harassment), sexual orientation or national origin, religion or marital status, pregnancy, or because you have a disability or feel you have been retaliated against...Read more »
Yes, but no experienced lawyer would advise such a plan because there is no way to enforce it except in a court of law. And since the two of you live in different states, enforcing the agreement might require the involvement of two different courts.
I bought the house with this tenant. He was harassing me from day one. Was recorded me on security camera, I offered him to leave any time, rent was low, finally he became holdover tenant and stopped to pay rent. I took him to court. He was evicted. He damaged my house. I didn’t return security... Read more »
If you have a lawyer tell them to consider filing a counter-claim for the damages and a motion to dismiss the plaintiff's claims for pain and suffering for res judicata or collateral estoppel. If your lawyer does not know what res judicata and collateral estoppel mean hire another lawyer that does.
My year to year lease states: "You must give at least 120 days written notice of termination or intent to move-out". Looking at Florida State law 83.575, it says "may not require more than 60 days’ notice before vacating the premises". Is the lease I signed in violation of the... Read more »
"A rental agreement with a specific duration may contain a provision requiring the tenant to notify the landlord within a specified period before vacating the premises at the end of the rental agreement, IF such provision requires the landlord to notify the...Read more »
I work from home on weekends an my job takes phone calls to find services techs to fix properties for businesses. Should I get paid every minute I am focusing on my job? As in waiting for techs to call me back , searching for techs online? I feel every moment I have attention to my job I should b... Read more »
I was just offered a job as a new nurse practitioner. During the first interview he offered me a $500 bonus in a part time position at a clinic I really like. He requested a meeting to give me the bonus check and to sign the contract, but he threw down two additional stipulations (non- compete... Read more »
I work in the IT department of a large law firm, I'd like to know if 6 of us call out sick to send our company a message is protected by law or could we be fired for this? We are critical employees and are required to be on-site everyday while most of the company gets a new hybrid work benefit... Read more »
Because you have assembled a group of IT employees that work together in the same department, a department that you say is critically needed, it is highly unlikely that the law firm management will terminate all of you at the same time. It is much more likely that they will identify the leader(s)...Read more »
Yes. Why? Because Florida is an “at-will” state, which means private employers are free to solicit, hire, promote, demote, suspend, terminate, reinstate, and rehire employees for any reason—or for no reason--at any time, i.e., “at will.” The only thing employers cannot lawfully do is to...Read more »
When I signed my employment contract with the company I work for, my compensation package included about 5% equity in the company (25,000 class B shares). I never got additional information on this at all, just the compensation package I signed. What I signed said the equity is subject to board... Read more »
The most common aspect of any "start-up company" is that the owners (those who own 100% of the common stock) work their fingers to the bone day and night, week in and week out, hoping that their (often unpaid) efforts will pay off.
The main job of the newly-hired employees is to...Read more »
The replacement cost ended up being over $2,000, of which our deductible was $1,000. I caught up with the golfer who agreed to pay my deductible, but gave me a fake name & address. I found out who he actually was & gave the information to my insurance company. The insurance company mailed... Read more »
My company just installed dashcams that stay on for 10 minutes after the vehicle has been stopped. This means when I park my car at home for 10 minutes it can see everything I do even though I'm not using their vehicle or on the clock. Is there anything I can do about this?
My grandmother passed in 2011, then my mother passed away 2013. My uncle is trustee of my grandmothers Will. My grandmother had a property and stated in her Will "Upon the sale and liquidation of the property, all net proceeds shall be paid to my children, and if any should not be alive then... Read more »
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