Patent # 5133501 Adjustable Sprinkler Riser. I helped him develop it and created the prototype. He got the patent in his name. He is no longer interested in it . I would like to renew the patent in my own name, please.
17 year old hopes to find work while her mother is waiting to receive her green card. She has already applied and has been waiting for a while, her daughter wants to get a summer job in the meantime to help support the family. Is the daughter eligible to work if the parent is on a legal sponsored... Read more »
Not this summer. The daughter must be a derivative beneficiary. That is, she must be able to qualify for adjustment of status based upon her mom’s current immigrant visa. This requires an understanding of how the current visa bulletin works.
I strongly recommend an appointment with a...Read more »
i dont want to try no more few years ago she left us and went w a guy and my daughter said he touched her .i filed for custody and gave me temporarily because she never showed up. but i wanted my kids to be w her , so i tried to work w her and her drinking got worse and her anger got worse. she... Read more »
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If you need to make a housing discrimination claim, you need to go to the website for the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH). Copy and paste this link in your browser:...Read more »
The perpetrator was A Dark-skin African American woman bearing no resemblance to my family member. The witness testified under oath, that he was assaulted during theft of a Target department store by a Dark-skin African American woman. While my family member is a light-skin African American woman.... Read more »
No. The sentencing hearing is not the correct forum to argue new evidence supports the defendant's innocence, unless it is presented as a mitigating sentencing argument. A better approach would be to file a motion to reconsider the verdict based on newly discovered evidence.
I'm assuming you mean an involuntary removal of a trustee. For that, you'll need to file a petition with the probate court in the county where the trustee conducts its business and prove to the court's satisfaction of the need for the removal by clear and convincing evidence of...Read more »
Marriage based GC -- awaiting removal of conditions and citizenship approvals. Just lost job. Getting conflicting advice on whether any of the benefits above are better not being asked for or not.... Thanks
You should avoid asking for benefits considered by USCIS to be public benefits. Unemployment benefits are NOT public benefits (it is insurance that you pay into) and thus you can collect those. A list of public benefits and more info on "Public charge" can be found here:...Read more »
I am writing for a case inquiry. I am the assistant of Mr. Wu, who can't speak English.
Mr. Wu has a son George(5 years old) with his ex-wife, Linda, whose custody belongs to Linda. However, Linda prevented father and son from meeting for up to 15 months (Filed a restraining order... Read more »
If your right to appeal has passed, there is no practical way to get them to take up your case. Whether you can approach the dispute from a litigation standpoint, i.e., in court, depends on much more information than you have provided here.
Trying to resolve a wage or hour dispute by...Read more »
Because when you are done with all your treatment we have to send off to ALL your medical providers to get your full medical record. We also need to know who paid for your medical services... such as Medicare, Medi-Cal or private insurance because they need to be paid back. As the previous post...Read more »
My last appointment where my MD told me I was at MMI was 13 days ago. I have heard nothing from him or my WC company. I looked online and it says that my return to work day was 12 days ago. When are they required to pay me my PPD in California (I thought it was 14 days)? I called the MD office... Read more »
if you went to a doctor 'in bed' with the insurance adjuster, he may be writing you have ZERO rateable Whole Person Impairment from this injury. I set a trial for one just like that today...the treating physician said the worker had permanent restrictions from her injury but no...Read more »
I worked an over night 7pm-current time 2pm the next day & im still waiting for someone to relieve me and the guy who hired me has not texted or called to let me know if someone is on there way or if I will be staying here longer or if I could even take a break.
There is nothing unlawful with an employer telling you to work until relieved, even if that might involve 12 or more hours. I have seen people in your situation be required to work 24 hours and more. That is not unlawful.
What is unlawful is if you are not being properly being paid...Read more »
Contact the EDD and arrange to give back the money you should not have received. If you did not qualify for UI benefits, that is your only option short of waiting to be the subject of a reimbursement action.
And do not think that blaming your conduct on someone else for talking you into...Read more »
Actually there is some case law on this that says you can hold the other driver responsible and if there was a recent visit to a mechanic and a problem wasn't fixed, you could even hold the shop liable.
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