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1 Answer | Asked in Construction Law, Contracts and Government Contracts for Kentucky on
Q: If a construction company designs a state funded project, can that company also bid on the construction of that job?

Can a provatd contractor, who has been paid to design a state-funded project, submit a bid to build that same project when the it goes to bid? It seems like this may be a conflict of interest.

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
answered on Dec 7, 2022

No. It is a conflict of interest.

0 Answers | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law and Government Contracts for California on
Q: I applied for CA relief and was approved? I received a check and then it was voided 5 months ago? With no explanation

I was given a final decision email and sent a check? Then they put a stop payment on it? And every time I call, they tell me they are reviewing my application and I can't talk to anybody that can answer why they finalized my application and sent me a check, then took it back? When I call... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law and Government Contracts for Texas on
Q: In Texas, what are the powers of a security guard when hired to do security for a public neighborhood?

I am a security guard hired to do security for a neighborhood but I don’t know what are the do’s and don’t.

John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on Dec 3, 2022

The Texas Department of Public Safety regulates and licenses the private security industry in Texas. To become a licensed security guard in the state of Texas, you must first complete the Level II Training Course and Test. All commissioned and non-commissioned (armed and unarmed) security officers... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Government Contracts for Kentucky on
Q: As a co-owner of a piece of real estate, can I sign a sales contract to convey the entire property?

I have responded to a local gov't RFP offering to convey the entire property. I own 1/4. The Kentucky Model Procurement code notes that Written or oral discussions shall be conducted with all responsible offerors who submit proposals determined in writing to be reasonably susceptible of being... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Traffic Tickets and Government Contracts for Oklahoma on
Q: Are red front turn signals legal in Oklahoma

I had to replace my turn signals and I bought red and was just informed by someone claiming to be a first responder saying they're illegal. I live in Tulsa, OK

Q: What are my rights as an adult social security recipient?

I want to know what I can and cannot do in terms of getting my money put in my name to where I am solely responsible for how it gets spent. Right now my dad does that for me and has for the last 12 or more years I've been on it except for like a 2-year period between 2017 and 2019. Then I had... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts, Employment Law, Employment Discrimination and Government Contracts for Tennessee on
Q: Can I file a complaint with TDOT?

I have been fired off two TDOT projects for questioning ROW process in regards to utility relocation and chapter 86.

Q: How do you make a document a court of record?
David Luther Woodward
David Luther Woodward
answered on Nov 13, 2022

What kind of document? Where is it from? What language is it in?

You can usually record a document that qualifies for recordation with the county clerk, in your instance the county clerk for Oklahoma County, which is downtown. The clerks are prevented by law from giving you any legal...
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0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Government Contracts and Probate for Utah on
Q: I’m 22yrs, PO had my mom come to my appointment with me. He looked in my phone and blurted “ur pregnant!?” confidently?

I am a 22 year old female on AP&P in the state of Utah. Recently I was not at home when my PO stopped by my residence. When I arrived home my mom told me he came and that he told her that either her or my dad should come to my next appointment with me and that it was up to them if they wanted... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts and Government Contracts for Florida on
Q: Signing documents while being on drugs

If I was on drugs and I told someone to sign documents for me because I wasn’t in the right state of mind; Is the contract voidable?

Bruce Alexander Minnick
Bruce Alexander Minnick
answered on Oct 8, 2022

Probably not. But without looking at the documents and hearing more about it, I cannot say for sure.

2 Answers | Asked in Government Contracts and Consumer Law for New York on
Q: looking for a contingency lawyer in the state of new York trying to recoup a significant amount of cash
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Sep 10, 2022

It could be difficult for attorneys here to reach out to you. This is geared more as a Q & A site than an attorney referral service. In addition to your own searches for attorneys online, you could try the tab above, "Find a Lawyer." Good luck

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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Litigation, Constitutional Law, Government Contracts and Military Law for California on
Q: How to serve the Defendant documents in a federal civil case?

Hi, I am the Plaintiff in a federal civil case. I do not have attorney yet. I have 3 simple questions.

1, After I serve the original complaint and summons, can I serve other documents to Defendant MYSELF? I mean, can I sign the Certificate of Service and proof the service myself?... Read more »

Dan Rowan Cortright
Dan Rowan Cortright
answered on Jul 22, 2022

1) yes, you can serve documents yourself after the Summons/Complaint are served by a process server (or someone other than yourself)

2) you must serve defendant's counsel with all papers in the case, not the defendant himself

3) service deadlines mean the documents must be...
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1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Employment Law, Gov & Administrative Law and Government Contracts for Virginia on
Q: A company is refusing to pay me over $9000 that I earned as an independent contractor. What are my options?

The company is a subcontractor under a Prime Contractor who provides medical disability exams for Veterans Affairs. The company claims that the Prime didn't pay them for those particular services, and therefore they are not obligated to pay me for those services either. They haven't... Read more »

Steven Krieger
Steven Krieger
answered on Jun 7, 2022

Yes, you have a few options: 1) send them a demand letter threatening a lawsuit if they don't pay you; or 2) pass on the letter and simply fie a lawsuit. Before doing either, I'd check to confirm that your agreement does not have any language in that conditions your payment on payment... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law, Gov & Administrative Law and Government Contracts for Washington on
Q: Is it legal to film public employees doing or not doing there jobs.

Is it legal to film government employees working or not working? For instance, a park employee sitting in the truck for hours, a utilities employee at Starbucks for hours.

Brad S Kane
Brad S Kane
answered on Jun 2, 2022

Yes, you can take video of public employees in public spaces as long as you are not trespassing to do so. Please note that you cannot record audio without all parties consent, unless they are in a situation where there is no reasonable expectation of privacy.

1 Answer | Asked in Government Contracts for New Jersey on


Leonard R. Boyer
Leonard R. Boyer
answered on Apr 6, 2022

I strongly suggest that you seek a consultation with an experienced civil litigation/real estate attorney. There are too many unknown factors to provide a meaningful answer.

3 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury, Sexual Harassment, Civil Litigation and Government Contracts for California on
Q: Are there circumstances that would allow a victim of child sexual assault to file a lawsuit after signing a release and

receiving payment in a out of court compensation program the defendant setup to cutoff potential lawsuits that were likely to be filed because of pending legislation that would revive statutes of limitations for past actions that were known to exist but barred because complaints were not filed in... Read more »

Neil Pedersen
Neil Pedersen
answered on Feb 17, 2022

Likely not, but you need to have a personal injury attorney who specializes in sexual assault of minor cases look at the circumstances of the release. There are situations where releases can be set aside, but they are rare and narrow.

Good luck to you.

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