If the account has no information pertaining to the admin who runs it, and a cease and desist email is recieved, and the account does not cease, what course of action can a corperation take against aforementioned admin if they do not have access to the personal info of the admin.
If there are grounds to file suit, a lawsuit can be filed, naming "Doe" defendants. With the proper foundation, a subpoena can be served on the social media company to reveal the account holder's information. Then the account holder can be added into the lawsuit. Note, a corporation can not...Read more »
Anyone can sue anyone else for anything. Without knowing what you said, what the author is threatening you with, etc, there is no way to answer the question of what you can or can't do if you are actually sued. It all depends.
It was an aka name I filed as a joke/mistake, checking the box on the form that I intended to marry a celebrity. It was rescinded a few months later. I was harassed so severely over it, that I sued the celebrity and they filed court documents that they didn't know me, and that there was never any... Read more »
Following that missed court appearance I assumed that (like usual through mail, and other channels) I would be properly notified of any warrant or outstanding top ten most wanted status. Well my family and I were not seeing eye to eye one afternoon and (like they have and do quite often) they... Read more »
My Current personal injury laywer has conspired with others involved in a orchestrated ring to defraud insurance companies and fabricated medical billing and reports for therapy for injuries that weren't obtained from auto accident and neglected my real issues and pain from injury's from... Read more »
I am a 5 foot 5 inches, 115 pound female. I was stopped on my way out the door, and LP guy who was much bigger than me, thought it would be appropriate to yank my arm behind my back and then slam my body and head in to the glass wall in order to hand cuff me. He was accusing me of taking a DVD that... Read more »
This behavior seems above and beyond what they legally have a right to do. Did the police ultimately show up? Did they issue a report? I had a similar case and we did quite well with an early settlement. Depending on the facts you can prove you might need to take it through litigation and get a...Read more »
You can hold a business liable for the criminal conduct of third parties if the business had actual knowledge of prior similar criminal conduct and failed to take reasonable steps to protect patrons from such conduct in the future. These are hard cases and very fact dependent. Take your police...Read more »
You can never prevent someone from suing. However, without getting into the details of the facts and Instagram's ToU, if you have simply made true statements, you will prevail in a defamation action. The same goes for posting an opinion, if the facts upon which you base your opinion are true and...Read more »
An Indonesian friend living in California is in a relationship with an Indonesian man, also in CA. They decided to make some steamy videos together. The boyfriend shared and sent these videos to their friends, even though they are still together and she never consented. Those friends have sent and... Read more »
my sister got engaged recently and her fiance got a text message from a number saying a lot of bad stuff about my sister and me hoping that my sister fiance call off everything, but gladly he doesn't believe it because he knows my sister well, but we want to know the person and report it
You only report things that are crimes, like threats, or challenges to fights, etc. If someone wrote factual statements that are incorrect and that damaged your reputation, you might have a civil lawsuit. If so, you might contact an attorney to discuss details. Collecting from this kind of claim...Read more »
I was in an abusive relationship he falsely had me locked in jail causing me to loose time off work, 8,000 in legal fees and a tarnish on my reputation. He than proceeded to steal anything of value out of my house that he had just got on the lease with me for Approximately 3,000 worth of stuff. He... Read more »
I have never used drugs. I do have liver disease and kidney problems which could show high levels due to my organs not excreting properly. Can i sue the lab for telling potential employer that I failed.
It is unclear that the lab result was inaccurate. If the lab correctly stated that you failed, but you claim that the creatine was present due to liver and kidney problems, then the lab did nothing wrong. You should take the results to your physician and request a letter explaining the results in...Read more »
You can file civil harassment charges against this person on your own without the need of a lawyer. Go to your local county courthouse to the clerks office and ask the clerk to be furnished civil harassment forms that you can fill out and file. They will include instructions on how to fill out the...Read more »
I posted the before and after pictures of a taxidermy service I received on my deceased pet. Honestly, I've contacted every facility in the U.S. for a redo and they all said, the pet is ruined, can't be redone, All confirmed the pet looked horrible and that it was not industry standard work.... Read more »
im 19 and im afraid it has to deal with a girl i had online problems with a while ago. I have not contacted her physically in anyway except for online. I believe I was speaking nonsense and that might have got me in trouble. I do not have time to go to davis. Can i call as listed on their card? To... Read more »
Call a criminal defense attorney and get a free consultation. That will tell you what you are looking at in terms of the risk of being arrested, the potential penalties and the potential cost of an attorney. Attorney's differ in the fees they charge, so maybe call more than one, and start with...Read more »
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