If this statement was made, and publicly recorded in print, that "taking care" of injured employees financially was my biggest priority ", does that statement become a valid promise or contract with the employee to receive the help he needed? Can the employee seek to have those... View More
A Kansas employment law could advise, but your question remains open for a week, and it includes the Arbitration/Mediation category. Until you're able to consult with a local attorney, as a general matter, that is a somewhat vague statement. It is not exact in terms of exactly what it means,...View More
Probably. But you will probably need to coordinate the timing with the Court. You also must be in a Court that allows you to compel an arbitration hearing, or have a contract that has an arbitration clause in it.. Since I don't know what documents are involved (e.g. is there a contract with...View More
My best guess is that the hotel has the right to ask you to leave, if -- in their opinion -- you are disruptive and/or an annoyance to other hotel guests. If they do ask you to leave, they must return to you any unused rental payments you have made for your stay.
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