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0 Answers | Asked in Government Contracts and Business Law on
Q: If my gym in Calgary AB sends an email stating that it’s permanently closed, can I cancel membership?

A week later conflicting email stating new owners , and is temporarily closed. In the meantime can work out across the city.

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts, Government Contracts and Landlord - Tenant for Indiana on
Q: We are losing everything because of our apartment complexes negligence to take care of a bedbug infestation.

Our building is infested with bedbugs. The management won't speak to any of us, our maintenance guy does everything he can to keep up but he's being forced to do two peoples jobs. We had been told at the start of our infestation not to throw anything away because it would be treated, but... Read more »

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 »

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law, Civil Rights, Gov & Administrative Law and Government Contracts for Georgia on
Q: I left the county January 2022 and requested my pension be refunded since I was leaving and had no plans on returning.

I left Dekalb County Government January 10,2022. According to the policy, once you leave, your pension will be refunded to you within 90 days. We are going on 180 and I am getting the runaround. They keep apologizing stating this new system they installed messed up payroll and they are not sure... 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.

0 Answers | Asked in Tax Law, Contracts, Communications Law and Government Contracts for Nevada on
Q: can dmv motor carrier unit block us from getting an account ifta/irp because taxes aren't paid in a partners name

A business partner in our nevada company has a ifta /irp in California tax bill that hasn't been paid can nevada block us from getting an account until that's paid it wasn't blocked until nevada contacted California

0 Answers | Asked in Bankruptcy, Contracts, Appeals / Appellate Law and Government Contracts for Texas on
Q: Why would my husband receive a form 309F1? Western district of texas Case number 21-50484-cag

He also went to Oklahoma and lied about why he was there

1 Answer | Asked in Government Contracts for New Jersey on
Q: I NEED A FEW ANSWERS TO REAL ESTATE QUESTIONS ! THANK YOU!.. IF A PERSON IS A MINOR CAN HE HAVVE A LEGAL GUARDIAN SIGN?

YES I HAVE ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS ..ABOUT REAL ESTATE.. DOES A BROKER ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS IN A TRANSACTION OR IS CASH ALLOWED?

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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1 Answer | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith, Consumer Law, Personal Injury and Government Contracts on
Q: Are statues tolled if an insurance company is liable for a injured 3rd party & fails to inform them?

If you discover an insurance company failed to inform you they accepted fault for your injuries, will CMS consider that insurer the primary payer for Medical expenses related to those injuries if youre still being treated when you become a medicare beneficiary?

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Feb 23, 2022

A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. In general nationwide, claimants are usually held responsible for exploring the sources of insurance for their injuries - that's one of the primary roles of an attorney - to immediately identify applicable... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Government Contracts, Banking, Business Formation and Business Law for California on
Q: I received an email from " Jerome Powell " saying the federal reserve bank has millions o dollars in my name . There

Supposedly their is a large fund from the imf that belongs to me , it's been going on for 4 yrs now . What are the chances it's real ? I have acct numbers docket numbers but where can I validate them

Julie King
Julie King
answered on Dec 27, 2021

It's almost certainly SPAM, but a lawyer would need to look at the actual email to tell one way or the other. Look at the email address from which it came. Does it end with .gov or .com? All government addresses should end with .gov. Also, if they ask you for your social security number or... Read more »

Q: Hello, I need to write an acknowledgement to the state of Maryland courts. I am not contesting to the charges

Of second degree assault against my finance. We both have one charge each against each other and didn't want to press charges but state automatically picked it up. I need to make sure I am writing the correct document that I need to have notarized and gives you the state's attorney

Mark Oakley
Mark Oakley
answered on Dec 25, 2021

Stop. Do not do whatever it is you are thinking of doing. Hire a criminal defense attorney before you do something truly foolish and irreversibly ruin your record and damage your career and prospects.

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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Federal Crimes, Government Contracts and Wrongful Death for Florida on
Q: What is the best way to find/establish a lawful team to sue a prison for negligence, wrongful death, & other violations?

Prison Location: North Carolina

My Location: Florida

Relation to deceased: Daughter

Date of Death: 10/18/2020

Charles M.  Baron
Charles M. Baron
answered on Dec 12, 2021

So sorry to hear about your daughter. Since this happened in North Carolina, you must search for an attorney in that state. Look for attorneys handling civil rights. Options: (A) Click on the Justia find-a-lawyer tab up top; (B) Search the National Lawyers Guild site at... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Government Contracts, Contracts and Employment Law for Maryland on
Q: I have 2 questions actually about 2 different incidents. First I was fired from Old Federal Tool Company because i had

because i had court for myself one day for personal matters and then the following week I had to go to court because I was summoned as a Witness and the court document said I could be arrested if I did not show . I had no choice and showed my employer all paperwork beforehand and he was okay with... Read more »

Mark Oakley
Mark Oakley
answered on Dec 13, 2021

You are an employee at will, meaning you can be fired at any time for any reason other than for a Constitutionally protected reason (your race, religion, sex, etc.).

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law and Government Contracts for Maryland on
Q: I was working a contract position and after a year I was to move on to the long term contract -fortune 500 company.

I completed everything and filled out the offer letter. I was supposed to start and then they decided to go a different way with no warning at all. Can they do that even after I filled out an offer letter and ALL employment documentation?

Mark Oakley
Mark Oakley
answered on Dec 7, 2021

Until you have a signed and binding contract, you have nothing to sue upon. Therefore, if you have paperwork that you believe makes a binding contract, then take it to an employment lawyer to review. It is not possible to guess what agreement exists, if any, between you and the company.... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Car Accidents and Government Contracts on
Q: MVA student of government grant program was just removed from program due to accident and modifications the school has

Said I could return but will not be paid for placement also told me what to put in the email saying I will agree to not be paid for my placement if they allow me to return once well I will be working 300 hours for free while everyone else is paid I am not returning as of now as my care provider has... Read more »

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Nov 6, 2021

In terms of the car, if there were no injuries, it would be handled as a property damage claim. How that is handled could depend on available insurance coverage. If there is coverage under your policy, it could be handled by your carrier. If not, it could be handled through the insurance carrier of... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law, Government Contracts and Intellectual Property for Colorado on
Q: Does my company own the right to my licenses?

During the course of my employment with my current employer I uptained my professional engineer (PE) license. I paid for all classes, books, exams out of my pocket. I even took paid time off to take the exam. My company really wants to use this license on their proposal work in order to win more... Read more »

D. Mathew Blackburn
D. Mathew Blackburn
answered on Oct 27, 2021

The company does not have the right to use your property without your permission. Get your request in writing and then if they don't comply within 10 days go get a lawyer.

Also, if you're a W2 employee and you were told you would receive a pay increase and you didn't file a...
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2 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law, Family Law and Government Contracts for Louisiana on
Q: What are the possible outcomes if i was to go to court and are there any alternatives to going to court?
Randy Bryan Ligh
Randy Bryan Ligh
answered on Oct 13, 2021

Not enough information is provided in this post----are you in criminal or civil court? If civil, what type case is this? This is necessary information to properly respond---my suggestion is that you consult with a lawyer in your area and discuss the specifics with him. Good luck.

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Constitutional Law and Government Contracts for Texas on
Q: Is it legal for a Texas probation officer to lower the cut off levels on a drug test (UA) for specific probationers?

My Texas probation officer testified in court that he “contacted the ‘lab’ to make special drug tests, set a lower cut-off levels for certain probationers” if he thought abuse had occurred. Is that illegal??

Kiele Linroth Pace
Kiele Linroth Pace
answered on Oct 10, 2021

You should always try to stay on your probation officer's good side while at the same time remembering that the judge is actually the final authority on what to do about any alleged violations. It is important to get your own attorney if they attempt to revoke or modify your probation.

Q: Will I need to report to jury duty in Mississippi if I am stationed out of state as an active duty soldier?

I am an Active duty soldier who is stationed at Fort Drum, NY. I was informed by family I have a notice to show up to court on Oct 18th for jury duty but I am in NY at the moment. Am I exempt, or is there a way I can be exempt?

Arthur Calderon
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Arthur Calderon
answered on Oct 13, 2021

You should be exempt from jury service; however, you will need to make sure that you contact the court and provide them with paperwork reflecting that you are on active duty.

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