My husband was just fired from his place of work in Tennessee. The company had implemented a new policy without having discussed in a prior meeting to clock out during commuting to a job site (pool business). Sometimes they are over an hour away. He drives one of the many company cars as well. My... View More
I got a lawyer and paid off the full amount. I also took my son off the account. I still wish to do business with that bank because I have multiple building and business in that bank. How would this affect my business and my bank relationship. What are my next steps and what will happen?
Is it a crime if I ordered something on a website but my card didn't go through and the package was still delivered? For backstory I was placing an order for holiday gifts and the company shipped the items but my card declined due to my rent and other bills pulling out. I don't know what... View More
If a business continues to be "active" and a subcontract to another business even though it failed to file annual reports and has already the certificate of dissolution. Does this business infringe any law? if yes, can you state which one?
If a business continues operations after its official dissolution, it may be violating state corporate laws. The certificate of dissolution generally indicates that a business is no longer legally recognized as an active entity for the purposes of conducting business, incurring debt, or entering...View More
I recently filed a complaint with the superior county court of Los Angeles. In the complaint I had a section where I mentioned the reason the statute of limitations is to be tolled (admission in mental health clinics [I have paperwork to prove it]).
In California, the concept of tolling the statute of limitations is recognized, particularly in cases where an individual's capacity to take legal action is impaired, such as due to mental health issues. There isn't a specific "motion to toll" the statute of limitations; rather,...View More
Do they have to pay employees for the same number of hours they would normally work?For example: employees who normally work 8 hours get 8 hours of holiday pay. Do employees who normally work 10 hour days have to get 10 hours of holiday pay or can they only be paid for 8 hours?
Lets say a 20 year old steals a 15 year old's lunch money monthly ($2,000). While doing so, she seduces the 15 year old with flattering romantic songs (she writes and sings love songs for him & give them to him, & he keeps them safe).
Years go by, and she still steals 2,000... View More
Use the Find an Lawyer tab to retain a local commercial litigation attorney to review the contract and the facts, send a demand letter to the vendor, and file a lawsuit if not resolved. If you prove the breach and obtain a judgment in court, then you can file a judgment lien against the vendor,...View More
In your case, while you can't copyright an incident, you may have grounds to file a claim under the right of publicity, especially if specific personal elements like your initials, wedding dress design, and the color of your car were used without your permission. The right of publicity...View More
In general, a corporation paying the personal tax liability of an owner can raise legal and tax issues. This type of payment is typically considered a distribution of profits to the owner, and as such, it would be taxable income to the owner. This means the owner would still have to report this...View More
What if we buy 50% of the company, but the other owner won't answer the phone. They do not have bylaws. Would we call a special meeting, and be able to call it sooner than the standard period than the state standard of 60days, and as if there are any special cases for an emergency? We need to... View More
In a situation where you have a 50/50 partnership and your partner is unresponsive, it's crucial to understand your legal rights and options under New York business law. If your company doesn't have a board of directors or bylaws, the default rules under state law and any existing...View More
In cases like these, the legalities can be complex. If the settlement in your case was subject to a court order that allowed residual funds to be donated to charity after disbursements to participating class members, then this action might be legal. However, it is crucial to understand the specific...View More
I was involved in a bad accident almost 7 years ago. I've had 3 surgeries so far. I suspect my attorney might be in bed with the loan company I took a loan against my case. My attorney is dragging my case out for almost 7 years now and I'm concerned simply because I can't seam to... View More
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