There are some exceptions, but in general, minors are allowed to post videos online. Exceptions include: posting a video of a sexual nature or of activity that would be unlawful for a minor to engage in, children under the age of 13 posting to a site that has a COPPA restriction, and, of course, no...Read more »
There is a privately registered website that an individual posted information about me on. I want the information removed. The poster is anonymous, and the information is private information that I don't want made public. (It is from an ex girlfriend, I'm sure). The website has a... Read more »
While I doubt that you are correct that someone who has gone to the effort of successfully hiding will appreciate your finding them and respond to your sob story, it is a fact that you can sometimes find the true operator of a privately registered web site by sending the appropriate letter to the...Read more »
Generally, a seller is required to stand by an offer once the offer is accepted. There have been instances, however, where a seller's price was just unreasonably low, due to a typographical error, for instance. Most retailers will still honor the price, but in one case a court found that the...Read more »
Many web sites will have a set of terms that state exactly what use is allowed. Typically, there is at least an implied license to view a web page that is placed on a publicly available server. There may be restrictions on use beyond mere viewing, such as a prohibition on printing, sending to...Read more »
I am looking for information on how to get our funds back. This was from a fund raiser for a widow and her children. The person who was supposed to forward the funds to the intended party, never gave her the funds.
Anybody that can pay the filing fee can file a lawsuit. Your question is whether a court in another state could exercise personal jurisdiction over you. This question is extremely complex and depends upon a variety of criteria. The leading case on the subject, Zipp Mfg, suggested a sliding scale,...Read more »
My phone company notified me that my IP address was identified in a subpoena in a civil intellectual property case; I have the option to object to the subpoena (thru Qwest, the phone company) before January 31st. What are the pros/cons of objecting? Does the fact that a subpoena was issued mean a... Read more »
Objecting in your own name may be pointless if the purpose of the subpoena was to discover your identity. You could hire an attorney to do a John Doe objection to protect your identity while objecting. Main drawback is the effort and expense.
Not objecting almost guarantees that your phone...Read more »
You are not my client, so I cannot give you legal advice by telling you what you should do.
However, if I were a judgment debtor, *and* I was forced to appear for a debtor's examination, *and* I was asked for my social security number, I would refuse until we had an opportunity to be...Read more »
In 1993, Calif. Appeals Ct. published a decision affirming that CCP 391 et. seq. did not apply to small claims courts (they are not “courts of record”). [Banks v. State of California (1993) 14 Cal.App.4th 1147, 18 Cal.Rptr.2d 127]
In 1994, the legislature amended CCP 391 to include small... Read more »
I was hired to fix up a rental house with an eviction notice recently (with the home owners approval). on my first day of work, when all of a sudden four police officers with their guns drawn and one of them pointing at me shouted "don't move, what the fuck are you doing here? we got a... Read more »
You can't really change your plea without the cooperation of the District Attorney. Were you not represented by counsel at trial? You should direct your questions requiring legal advice to your counsel of record...
As a garment industry representative, I have historically required a signature to accompany all written orders. Recently, as so much business is done via email, I am wondering if the email itself is sufficient or if I will still have to have a written signature if they refuse to take the order and... Read more »
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