Would clear my balance for being an employee, just as I witnessed they did with other employees because this was one of the benefits working there. After a year of working there, I discovered my manager was stealing from the company so I informed the owners and they fired her. I stopped working... Read more »
You really have not disclosed sufficient information to allow for meaningful advice. Whether you were a minor at the time is of little relevance now. If the employer wants to take your deposition, the only thing you need to know is to tell the truth. To do that, you have to listen carefully to each...Read more »
You will need a lawyer with experience in municipal codes and the kind of administrative warrant which was served on you. And a good civil rights lawyer, preferably one who has some experience dealing with code enforcement at the local city and/or county level. These particular kinds of lawyers are...Read more »
The local police can search your property for someone else if they have a reasonable suspicion to believe the person might be present there, if they have a warrant to do the search, and in some cases even without a warrant. It depends on all the circumstances.
I work at a school and have had multiple comments made to me by students. I have reported it all to my supervisor, and her supervisor as well. The students had no consequences. The counselor came in a did a presentation for a few students talking about what sexual harassment is. I met with both... Read more »
You can contact the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) or the Federal government's Equal Opportunity Employment Commission (EEOC) and file a claim for sexual harassment. Here's the link to the DFEH: https://www.dfeh.ca.gov/ and here's the link to the EEOC:...Read more »
You can take a whole army with you, but don't be surprised that they limit the attendance. Two might work, or even three, but when you get more than that the size of the interview room becomes an issue. Be prepared when they ask you why you need so many lawyers to advise you.
The incident involves State prison and correctional health executives transferring over 100 prisoners from a Covid19 Hotspot to another facility that had no Covid19 cases. I was among those at the receiving facility who then became ill as a result of that transfer. The executives acted with... Read more »
You can find many good law firms in and around Oakland and San Francisco who are experts in civil rights cases of the kind you describe. It seems you already have developed a good bit of evidence to support your case. I suggest you prepare a chronology of the events, if you haven't already...Read more »
Before you do that I suggest you contact the Disney company and get their approval before you start using images or characters based on Star Wars as the theme of your new business. You may run afoul of their copyrights or trademarks if you use direct copies of their Star Wars themes or characters....Read more »
There probably is a civil remedy available for that. You'll need a good civil rights lawyer to help you with this. I suggest you look for a law firm with a lot of civil rights law experience. You might even be a representative of a class of other claimants like yourself if the tow trucking...Read more »
That is a great question if you are in law school studying constitutional law. You will have to be a lot more specific in your question, by including the details necessary to determine whether you may have been subjected to such a violation of your rights. It would take a discourse on...Read more »
Much more information is needed to competently answer your question. You need to talk to a lawyer who handles guardianship matters. Make sure you have all your documents copied, and prepare a chronology of events starting from the beginning. That should help you organize your thinking so you can...Read more »
That is a question you should discuss with your lawyer. You can ask him/her to give you a legal analysis in writing of all the reasons why this should be a good and reasonable offer, given the facts of your case. This is, of course, something you should have discussed with your attorney ahead of...Read more »
Im at my desk building a guide for the company procedures before my shift started. A fellow female full time employee was there in the area we shared at her desk which is at least 15 feet from mine. After finishing my notes I politely asked the employee if it would be a good idea if she myself and... Read more »
I disagree with Mr. Pedersen. There are, in fact, laws which protect you from a wrongful termination. You can file a claim with the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing or with the Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. They each have websites where you can learn what your...Read more »
So my fiance had a 66 shelby mustang that he worked very hard to get, it was his dream car. unfortunately, he thought he could trust his own flesh and blood father to store the mustang in a garage at his condos complex because we were having issues with thugs around our apartment vandalizing our... Read more »
I have always found it difficult to offer legal advice to people who would not be the client. The potential client is your fiance. I have no idea what, if anything, you may tell your fiance, so trying to give second hand legal advice in these situations is always difficult. Nevertheless, suggest...Read more »
The short answer is yes. You participated in a quasi public meeting, so you should not be surprised that the notetaker included your identity and what issues you raised. You only want to be sure that you were quoted accurately.
The amount was $300 and I used it the same day I transferred it. I bought myself something with that money and now he is trying to say the item is his since the money (did not originally) came out of his bank account.
It would help if you provided more information. It seems you have asked at least 4 similar questions along the same lines. But you don't offer any details about the nature of the work, the kind of company where the work is, or other context for how this issue arose. Most lawyers like to know...Read more »
That depends: on the nature of your work/job, the purpose of the requirement, what men in similar jobs are required to do, etc. What documentary evidence do you have for such a requirement? Take a good look at that, and perhaps go to your human resources department, if you have one. I'm having...Read more »
Need advice on how to handle the small church who is having outdoor services under a tent next door to my residential home. I have spoken to them about the noise being to loud & if they can lower the volume or get rid of some instruments. There preaching / singing can be heard all the way down... Read more »
You can contact your city's code enforcement department and file a complaint against the property owner. There may also be zoning issues which your neighbor may be violating. Your local city is the best place to start to protect your own rights. I suggest you start there, before you seek legal...Read more »
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