Over the last 2 years I have given this employee a letter of reprimand, a PIP, and a proposal for a seven day suspension. My upper level supervisor failed to sign off on the suspension. My upper level supervisor has promised over the last year that this employee would be moved. After a few month of... Read more »
Just based on what you have presented I can't advise you. It requires meeting to discuss the case, review of paperwork, and research. However, it sounds like you may be open to getting in trouble with upper level management and should hire counsel to protect your rights.
I work for a federal agency; a senior representative attended a meeting of enquiry on the Hill about an incident within the agency- at the location I direct/ oversee. The representatives did not have facts; instead, they blamed me for the negative outcome of the external investigation. I was asked... Read more »
It definitely sounds like you need to hire a lawyer before you respond on writing or in person. Everything going forward will be shaped by your employer and the narrative he/she wants to create. You need to carefully counter that narrative. It is best to have someone speak on your behalf when...Read more »
The law firm representing me in a civil/non-payment of rent pro bono case made a donation to a non - profit legal organization that filed an unfounded domestic violence (criminal) case against me in family court on behalf of a woman who married me for a green card.The law firm did nothing for me... Read more »
Well, I guess you got what you paid for. But seriously, even though the firm represented you for free, if it was negligent in the handling of your case and breached its duty of care compared to other law firms in the community, handling the same types of cases, theoretically you can sue the firm....Read more »
My new employer (there's only 2 of us in the company so far) has suggested I form an LLC so he can pay me through that instead of giving me a check each pay day like a normal employee would. He says the point of doing it this way is so I'll be taxed less and get to keep more of my money. However,... Read more »
It sounds like a dumb idea. You are taxed as a sole proprietor, which for tax purposes means you are taxed as an individual. The LLC is more about putting a veil between you and the company to protect your assets in the event the company is sued.
It may be. I can't say for sure without reviewing your case. However, if you don't have money to set aside to pay into the reorganization plan for the arrears...it probably wont make any difference in the long run.
After your debt has been disvharged in bankruptcy, you now have a clean slate....and a creditor is oftentimes more willing to give you new credit. Since you can only file bankruptcy every 8 years, if you default on the new credit, the creditor can now come after you ...and you...Read more »
the husband from nigeria i know he got denied his green card i know this he is lying about it we dont have kids together and we dont live together he does not do right and lies all the time i want a divorce asap
Israel has hundreds of nuclear weapons and refuses to allow inspections of their facilities and has not signed The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons. Not to mention, this is a hostile nation that has attacked the US military killing hundreds of American service men with no... Read more »
Reason asking my creditors are constantly calling my place of employment all day long every single day and my cell number also. I have asked them repeatedly not to contact my place of employment but they continue to call my job anyway all day. Just need to put a stop to them calling my job and my... Read more »
Based on what you have written, and as I understand your question.....the short answer is no.
If you are reffering to a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in which you properly listed a creditor and it received proper notice of your bankruptcy, then the creditor could not collect on a debt that was...Read more »
To protect personal and real property from being seized by the bankruptcy trustee and sold to pay creditors, the debtor must apply one of several exemptions available. Maryland's wild card exemption allows bankruptcy 7 debtors to exempt up to $6,000 in cash or other property AND up to $5,000 in...Read more »
I feel like I am in alone in fighting this case, as we are in the discovery stages and only I am viewing all the documents. I also believe that he might be working with the state to get a low settlement. I have been demoted, fired, harassed and lost my retirement. What can I do.
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