I work in California and my employer is headquarted in North Carolina. They did not give my final pay upon termination, but ran it through their next scheduled pay period, making it late. My last day was December 31, they terminated my whole team. I recieved my final pay January 13. They still have... Read more »
Go to the California labor commissioner's website (https://www.dir.ca.gov/) where you can file a claim for your unpaid wages and any penalties you may have coming to you due to your employer's failure to comply with California law.
You can start your claim right on the website....Read more »
Unless the terms of your probation specifically prohibit you from carrying pepper spray (mace), there is no legal reason why you cannot carry it as a deterrent for your personal safety. If you do a simple Google search for mace, you will find several inexpensive kinds you can keep in your purse or...Read more »
No. Your employer owes you the full day of pay at the double time rate you worked.
You should go to the Labor Commissioner's website and ask for their assistance with this. Here's the link: https://www.dir.ca.gov you can copy and paste into your browser. On the main page, click...Read more »
Hi, here recently a rather well known person (who is not a judge or in any way related to the legal sphere of work) publicly showed a person's sealed criminal record. How on earth is that possible, and is doing something like that illegal?
You have not provided sufficient information to allow me to give you a reasonable answer. Whether you can get a visa is up to the United States Department of State, otherwise known as the State Department.
However, whether you argue with a United States citizen or someone else should have...Read more »
I've read in some articles that the place to file an LLC is in the state you reside, even for online businesses. As you would need a foreign LLC to do business in the home state anyways if you filed out of state.
But what is the definition of "doing business"? Is it the... Read more »
Lawyers practice law so they can provide advice on questions just like this. Are you asking this question because you are only interested in LLCs, or do you need advice on how to set up an LLC and begin operating a business under one? This forum isn't here just to satisfy someone's...Read more »
Traffic stops for common people are unconstitutional on its face. You cannot invoke the the 5th or 4th amendments. There has never been full disclosure of the taxes of personal cars operated for private use. If property can be seized for lack of funds does that not go against the due process... Read more »
Operating a motor vehicle on the public roads is privilege extended to persons with a use the public streets and highways. This means you must comply with the law as you are operating a motor vehicle, and when you violate the law you can be held responsible. If you are cited for a motor vehicle...Read more »
In an unlimited civil matter in California, the notice of ruling was emailed only minutes before midnight when the defendant was asleep and didn't get it until the next morning. Is that reasonably acceptable to count that few minutes as one day when counting calendar days for a deadline to... Read more »
Notice given after normal working day hours will not be effective until the next day. But take no chances when calendaring response due dates. Even if you were given notice electronically, such as by email, you ordinarily have an extra two days added to the time you are supposed to take action...Read more »
also, is it legal to keep someone (who also lives with you) from leaving your home until law enforcement arrives if they have been saying, repeatedly, that once they leave the house, they are going to kill themselves. Earlier this year, my significant other and I got in a verbal argument during... Read more »
It is appropriate to restrain someone while awaiting a professional, such as an ambulance, paramedic or police officer when a person is a danger to themselves or another. It is only fitting that you advise his/her lawyer of the facts so that s/he does not suffer incarceration or other penalties due...Read more »
You need to post this question for Arizona lawyers. This forum is for California lawyers, and as a California lawyer I am not permitted to practice in Arizona because I am not licensed there. California lawyers cannot give you advice on Arizona law unless they are licensed in that state.
Second time applying, advocate disappeared during initial claim filed in 2014, represented myself at hearing, was denied. Discouraged because referred lawyer was patronizing. No income since 2018. I suffer from. Chronic concussion syndrome, sub-clinical hyperthyroidism, ptsd, and several other... Read more »
You haven't really provided sufficient information to enable an intelligent response. For example, you have not indicated what kind of disability benefits you are seeking, whether it is Social Security disability, Worker's Compensation benefits, or something else. And if you are seeking...Read more »
You have provided insufficient information which would permit a reasonable response to your inquiry. I would like to see a lot more detail, for example, the who, when, where, how and why of the events so I could get an idea of what the issue is. Ideally, you should provide a chronological...Read more »
There is insufficient information to permit me to respond with any reasonable advice. Any lawyer will need more detail, in order to understand the situation, and whether or not some solutions can be suggested.
I need a lot more information. I would need to know the exact circumstances which led up to your arrest. If you want a lawyer to help you, then prepare a statement of what happened, name all the witnesses, and copy all of the documents relating to your arrest and detention. Then take all of that to...Read more »
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