Hi, I had work in an art gallery for a show, and when the show was over the gallery owner asked me to leave one piece of work with him so that he could try to sell it. It has been about two and a half years now. I texted with him about getting it back about a year ago and he agreed we'd try to meet... Read more »
The contractor I work for was doing a job for a company called CFS Complete Facility Solutions. We did construction work for them at a Taco Bell. We completed the job and during that process. A corporation called Cushman and Wakefield bought CFS. The contract says they have 90 days to pay us and... Read more »
I made a custom jewelry piece for a customer. He wants to cancel It but im charging labor fees, he said since It was 10 grams lighter he didn't want It, but it had an extra two carats of diamonds and he was still paying the same. He now wants to take legal action. Help?
Interesting … I owned Jewelry stores for over 20 years … and sometimes this issue came up. As with any such agreement, with foreseeable and reasonable reliance upon the terms of the agreement, you are entitled to restitution for those costs & expenses that you cannot reasonably "return" to...Read more »
My contract states I will be provided a free health plan or stipend towards another plan. The newly formed company is not providing this and rates have gone up to over 2K a year. Does my new employer have to honor my contract if they are not firing me or providing a new contract for me to sign?... Read more »
Your post is not entirely clear about your relationship with this company, nor does the post have additional information needed to provide a clear, reliable answer. Assuming you are an employee, and not an independent contractor, when your employer sells to another company, such that you are now...Read more »
How can I understand what these two forms are for and what I do with them? I don't want to ask the person that send them to me bcuz they'll know I have NO CLUE what I'm doing or what I'm getting into. I want to buy shares anyways and hopefully learn as I go without loosing out right away. Any help... Read more »
The first step is to set up the initial free consultation via video call with reviewing the documents on screen. You will want to "interview" at least three business attorneys who have both business ownership experience and expertise in such matters. Shawn Jackson - Business Development Attorney
Its State & Federal and its quadzillions well more but yah and from start of filing tell now with being served it's still going on so I thought leins to start asap Motel , Parking garage and cars and 2 check cashing stores
The state gun laws do nothing for the law abiding citizen and make it easier on criminals to attack citizens. I feel discriminated against as a law abiding citizen. The people responsible for making every gun law don't have enough knowledge and experience with firearms. I've recently just found out... Read more »
You can challenge a law as being unconstitutional if you have been concretely and particularly injured by the law. The interpretation of the Second Amendment is in question right now, and there is a great deal of litigation involving the interpretation and extent of the Amendment.
I have an instant messaging system on my office computers. Some users are logging out. We can’t fire them, but how can I set consequences for logging out or ignoring messages? What can I do to make the software so users can’t disconnect? Program is Synology Chat. Server is Windows.
There is a middle ground between firing people and letting them sabotage your system. An attorney can provide rules and procedures that can be set up and provided to employees. Rules can be enforced without firing people.
Firing employees who perform their tasks, except for the ones they...Read more »
If you mean a medical practice PC, probably not. However, the question is unclear. What is it you want to do? Just mentioning "holding shares through a joint venture" does not give much of a hint about what legal solution might be appropriate.
CA-based nonprofit (MCEP) has not paid me $9000.00 for off-contract work, authrozied by CA-based MCEP (not Mexico-based IPAM), via PoA. Can I file suit to collect in CA, rather than Mexico? Looks like I cannot file in small claims court, because of my LLC, but in LA County Superior Court. But... Read more »
California courts will generally enforce forum selection clauses if the contract has a reasonable connection to the forum. The bigger problem here that California doesn't have any power to enforce a judgment (jurisdiction) over a Mexican state agency.
I'm sorry that you're in this position. From what you've stated, it sounds like the timeshare company has breached some of their obligations under the contract. I would definitely recommend speaking with an attorney familiar with timeshares. If you and your attorney need any information, please...Read more »
I need to identify a list of dish Network SATV Installers names on allegro Discount Satellite company located at 20700 avalon blvd ste 310 Carson California 90746 on year 2002 to get their detailed satv purchases like what coax cable companies they use?
It looks light he might have copied the drawing improperly. Responses could include anything from a nasty cease and desist letter to making a deal. Consulting an attorney could help you determine what action might have the best chance of making some money for you.
If you have performed work for someone and have not been paid, yes, you have a legal claim. Whether that claim is based on you being an employee, or simply a contract breach claim is something that would have to be determined through more knowledge about your situation. At this point it would be...Read more »
They refuse to offer any sort of compensation as well as require me to pay my freight bill above the hard costs I incurred and said I needed to take them to court. I'm trying to figure out what other options I have, and not sure how to find a lawyer, if I have a case, etc. I have submitted a... Read more »
You can take them to court. If your claim is up to $10,000 you can go to small claims court. The filing fee is low and lawyers do not take part. You can "Google" California Superior Court. The court website has tutorial information and guidance. It is a more direct to way go after money.
After working for the company for a few years they required us to sign a non-compete. I was paid a small amount extra as consideration. In 2015 I got a promotion and they moved me to California. The company is headquartered in KS and I am employed in California. Does that invalidate the non-compete?
Obviously, the terms of the agreement, and the circumstances surrounding it, will be the biggest factors in evaluating its enforceability. However, non compete agreements, especially in California are difficult to enforce.
You need to take your agreement to an attorney familiar with non-compete and non-disclosures to get specific confidential advice. There is no where near enough information in your post to provide you with much helpful guidance.
Generally a non-compete provision is unenforceable in...Read more »
I purchased a ticket with an international airline. I am based in the U.S and the airline is based in China. The airline has a 24 hour free cancelation policy. Their U.S customer service hotline is only open M-F. However, they have a 24/7 Chinese number hotline. Since I purchased my ticket on a... Read more »
I'm not certain what consumer protections California law would provide here, and that's something a California attorney could advise you on in the best manner. But your question remains open for three weeks. If you pursued the matter in court, the legal fees and/or your time could exceed the amount...Read more »
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