I work for [Company] Investment Fund III, LLC (Michigan). When I was on boarded for my job, I signed a NDA/Non-Compete agreement that applies to a different [Company] Investment Fund, I LLC (Pennsylvania) but under the same parent company. It states that I cannot work for a competitor in the... Read more »
Brent is correct that you should contact an employment attorney.
Noncompetes are enforceable against employees in Michigan unless they are unreasonable (the solution might surprise you). An attorney needs to read the entire employment agreement to give you any sense of its enforceability as...Read more »
Subject to your consent, and perhaps some other information not given here, your employer may not deduct your wages for a short cash register (till). If this happened recently, you already have less than 1 year to file a complaint.
The State of Michigan has what's called the Department...Read more »
My father lends money to his brother for build a new house and the amount was more than 10lakh because my grandfather told him to do so my father withdrawal his maturity from bank and lend them money after that they refused to gave it back. And when we asked them to repayment they said that that... Read more »
I don't quite follow the fact pattern. But, regarding your right to sue, this is something you will need to take to an attorney in your State who will be able to better determine the facts and whether or not you have a cause of action.
It looks like you are in Illinois. But, it seems probable (a) the condominium association is considered its own "person" and (b) the association might not have any right to file a lien for contractual obligations unless permitted by statute (or it might have a different remedy) -- an...Read more »
Without the agreement or any more information, this might be a fair start:
Generally, when YOU sign a contract with a car dealer, the agreement oftentimes says it is an 'offer' from YOU to the dealer. So if the dealer never signed, and sold to someone else, no contract was formed...Read more »
Depends on the State, potentially also depends on the municipality or home owners agreements. Depends on how long the old fence was in place. And depends on any other agreements in the past, or recorded, that might modify your ability to remove and replace an old fence.
Se trata de un Proveedor al que cierto artículos se pagaban el concretar la negociación y este facturaba al recibir el comprobante de la transferencia, generalmente todo se cumplía de acuerdo a lo convenido hasta que en diciembre 2020 se negocio un compra y se le pago cerca $240,000.00. Como era... Read more »
You should contact an attorney directly in your State.
States handles martial property a few different ways, so it is possible the house could be split equally, disproportionately, and the parties are generally free to agree to other creative arrangements.
At common law land held concurrently, by several people, permits all persons the right to the enjoyment and possession of the land at the same time. (Generally,) There are three primary types of concurrent ownership. As a result, your right to...Read more »
We made an offer to purchase a home and the offer was accepted. We then listed our present home for sale and it was accepted. Then we completed our inspections on the home we are purchasing and found to many defects. We are not going through with the purchase. Now we can't find a suitable home... Read more »
That emoticon, like most emoticons, is likely licensed to the users of apps that allow users to post that emoticon. It is probably not available for commercial use, but the license might extend to other uses, contact an intellectual property lawyer in Kansas City, MO to discuss the ins-and-outs.
Can my former landlord (Who is taking my business, Adorn Kids, to court right now) retain legal services from the same lawyer who represented my husband in court during his divorce proceedings not long ago? My husband is a 50% stakeholder at Adorn kids. In addition to this, My husband and I had... Read more »
There might be a conflict--the question begins at--"who is the client?" and "was the relationship terminated?" The rules of professional conduct generally advise that a lawyer may not advocate against a client the lawyer represents in some other matter, even if the other matter...Read more »
Mom died left everything to her two daughters and one daughter had her children legally taken away . That daughter died ..Does her children still have rights In the WILL because it says if daughter is not alive it goes to her children ..but for the record the WILL was wrote in 1999 before her... Read more »
Immediately after surveyors left the neighbor appeared in his driveway abruptly and shouted toward my husband and I that “ it will all be moved tomorrow” and “ he isn’t approaching us about it…it will be handled”
What is our next action legally as he has not removed his fence... Read more »
Agreements not to compete in Michigan are generally enforceable until they are rendered unenforceable. On the one hand the employer has to balance the risk of invalidating an unreasonable noncompete and the employee has to balance the risk of being found in violation of a reasonable noncompete. The...Read more »
My daughter has had Covid, works in Mi and her and another not wanting shot at this time in their life. What are the rights protecting from being forced? Does this medical info (personal) fall under hippa being told by boss that it does not? Can I get fired for not having Covid shot? MI is at will... Read more »
Employers must accommodate religious or disabilities when mandating vaccinations. HIPAA is not likely implicated by the employer in Michigan requiring vaccinations or requiring verification of vaccination. Your daughter can likely terminated without recourse for refusing to be vaccinated....Read more »
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