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If the party wants NDA arbitration clause and jurisdiction clause in bangalore but the other party wants in singapore. What counter reply can be given to keep both clauses in india
yesterday at a Safeway I was at the deli and I order an sandwich and then I went to the Chinese food section and the employee was demanding me to pay for the Chinese food there and then after I did not and another employee gave it to me to buy at the check out or counter I was being followed by the... Read more »
answered on Jun 8, 2023
Very sorry to hear that you were treated this way. Your best course of action is to discuss your situation with the management at the store and see if they will give you some food vouchers or other compensation. You have not indicated that you suffered any kind of compensable injury and the facts... Read more »
There was a bite incident at a pet boarding facility in Phoenix. It was stated my dog started the fight but she was the only one with any injuries & they were severe. Facility stated they will not release footage to me without an attorney intervening. Should I start with hiring an attorney to... Read more »
I had a car that licensed or insured. I was in the process of trying to transfer tags from another car I had. This was in January.
My son (24) and his friend decided they wanted to go get food while I was gone and thought they could get by with driving that car a short distance.! I had NO... Read more »
The Fbi are abusing jurisdiction and as told liable for this and I need resources the Fbi have to get items and approved by the judge I know the only solution is suing the Fbi the Dod and cia are on my side
arbitration they are the one who asked for arbitration, but when they found out i am 90 years old and poor health, they are ignoring my appeal to go for arbitration clause or choose an arbitrator.
answered on Jun 2, 2023
If there is an arbitration agreement, it should be in your account opening documents. If your dispute is with the securities part of Wells, you can can get more information on filing it here: https://www.finra.org/arbitration-mediation.
You should get an attorney to represent you as they... Read more »
I have a breach of contract suit against a portable building manufacturer. I have a lawyer who filed the suit in October 2021. I received a notice from the court that an arbitrator would be appointed in October 2022. I could not reach my lawyer until December 2022, when he finally texted me that he... Read more »
I, the Defendant in this, have two Counts from my soon-to-be Ex-Wife's lawyer regarding Divorce.
Count I: DIVORCE UNDER SECTION 3301(c) OR (d) OF THE DIVORCE CODE
Count II: DIVORCE UNDER 3301(a)(6) OF THE DIVORCE CODE
I know the code. I keep reading it, but we were... Read more »
answered on May 29, 2023
The 3301(a)(6) grounds were probably included in case you weren't agreeable to signing for a no fault divorce. In PA, you're allowed to included seemingly conflicting grounds in your requests for divorce in the complaint. It's perfectly acceptable to then ultimately proceed under one of the two.
I purchse, ends up control by an enterprise.metally Im destraut...and 10 phones later 6 computers...no one wants to help me?
I am currently suing my employer which is a large corporation with multiple entities for wage and hour violations plus other violations. I am not pleased with the progress my attorneys have made to get this settled. We have a mediation schedule about 5 months from now which is expected to be 7... Read more »
answered on May 29, 2023
In your ongoing legal situation, it is crucial to consult with your attorneys before taking any action that may affect your case. They possess the expertise and knowledge necessary to guide you through the process effectively. If you were to contact your HR department to discuss a private... Read more »
I am going thru arbitration, I Arizona. My father, was a third party payer, with some of the invoices paid, though I am the only client to the attorney in question. If any refunds are due me, in the event I am successful in proving misconduct and such on his billing, would the refund go to myself,... Read more »
I am a law student trying to do an assignment
answered on May 24, 2023
I would search the West digest topic "Arbitration" which provides keynotes for reported opinions relevant to the topic of arbitration.
The estate is still in my late father's name I have lived in my house for 12 years thinking I was going to be able to buy house . my sister is executor and would never sign off on house so I go could buy it . Now she wants me out of there I have court on Friday may 26 th I live in Washington... Read more »
answered on May 23, 2023
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With Arbitration complete, Defendants file Petition to Confirm Contractual Arbitration Award while Plaintiff files to Vacate - do both parties still need to respond to each others Petition in addition to each submitting their own?
And, please, is there a reference available on Section... Read more »
answered on May 23, 2023
Cross-Petitions to Confirm and Vacate do need to respond to the extent possible, to the claims of the other party. The burden is on the party seeking to vacate, therefore, in addition to demonstrating (in the Petition to Vacate) the grounds for vacatur, the allegations of the Petition to Confirm... Read more »
Changing everything on the trust documents and the accountants are refusing to speak or administer any of the assets. Including the lawyer's. The debts have been paid and taxes were filed and everything has been settled other then disbursing the funds. How do I file for probate?
answered on May 19, 2023
I’m bothered by the word “findings.”
Generally speaking, a private investigator would be called as a witness and is able to testify from personal knowledge what he did, what he saw, what an adverse party told him, and what other people said which may be an exception to the hearsay rule.
They backed out 2days after contracts were signed for no reason, shouldn't I just be given the hand money? Can I use the cheaper small claims court?
answered on May 29, 2023
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. One possibility, and it's only a general guess, is that the contract has a provision requiring disputes to be submitted to arbitration (as opposed to the parties being free to use traditional courts). A... Read more »
If one party wants to confirm and they file a Petition and the Plaintiff wants to Vacate the Contractual Arbitration Award, can both parties file a petition? And how long do they have since I've found answers that claim 100 days and now I see 10 days which means I am late. Do I have to respond... Read more »
answered on May 18, 2023
Let me unpack your question since there are a few parts. First, I understand that the opposing party has filed a Petition/Motion to confirm the Award and you want to vacate the Petition. Yes, you file in the same case (which is brought to confirm) in order to vacate the Award. The law is that, if a... Read more »
My lawyer took no notes, argued with me about the agreement being correct and after he was relieved OC filed motion to enforce and was denied because that was not the agreement we signed. The mediator does not memorialize, OC won’t provide it, and my lawyer doesn’t have it. What do I do?
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