During a scheduled Demurrer hearing, the Plaintiff's were live via a Court-Call hookup. The Plaintiff's waited for 54 minutes for the Defendants or their attorneys to appear, neither did. This 54 minute wait included the judge having the Plaintiff stand by to see if Defendants showed up.... Read more »
It means in the event of a divorce, each party retains their respective retirement benefits as their sole and separate property without any sharing with the other party. This clause is contingent upon the parties executing a waiver with the retirement plan/plan administrator of the retirement plan.
If your situation is as clear and simple as you state, than most likely, "No." BUT: I do not think your "situation" is as clear and simple as stated. You may be referring to your Parent's Trust or Living Will, under which you were/are to get the home.
A contingency case is contingent on the outcome. If you're successful at trial or the case settles for an amount of money, the attorney takes a certain percentage of the award. If you lose at trial or the case is dismissed and you have no monetary recovery, the attorney takes zero. Some lawyers...Read more »
There are many unknowns with your question. Are you a licensed Contractor in CA? Do you have a contract with the person who owes you the money? Does that contract have a mandatory mediation or arbitration clause? If you are a licensed contractor, did you file the proper Mech Lien docs?...Read more »
I signed a severance package on December 13th 2019. Today I found out there has been a data branch. A hr representative sent an employee and email that had all employees SSN and names . can I sue them for this data breach even though the severance says I can't sue
For an event not related to the subject matter of the settlement agreement, and occurring after the execution of the agreement, there should not be any obstacle. Of course, this is analysis and no answering attorney has seen the actual document you signed.
We never received a letter regarding overpayment. The reason we recently found about the overpayment is that the California Franchise Board had taken money out of are account saying my husband owed them $5204.11. Which we have proved that they made a mistake on owing them. So, my question is can... Read more »
You may want to request the judge recuse himself from hearing the case, due to the appearance of a conflict of interest. You should discuss this with your own attorney, who must decide within 15 days of notice of the assignment of the case to that judge whether to strike the judge pursuant to Code...Read more »
my special needs(born deaf) stepdaughter was assaulted by her interpreter at school... Incident was caught on video which I understand is pretty disturbing. The police called her mother at work and asked her to come to the school and showed her the footage...Apparently there have been complaints... Read more »
You will need to locate and retain a lawyer who is knowledgeable in special needs school children cases. Your case sounds like an assault and battery claim, but you will need to file a claim against the school district and the school and the person involved not later than 6 months after the event...Read more »
I received a default judgement against my former employer which came after they defaulted on an agreement we had as a result of our meeting with the Labor Board. What are my next steps and how likely am I to collect on this? really.
Unfortunately, procuring a judgment is just the first step in getting paid. You now have to take affirmative measures to force the former employer to pay you the money. This can be costly and time-consuming, and many people get judgments that are never paid.
I filed an action in the Orange County California Superior court in July of 2018 and just got a default judgment against a California LLC from that court for over $80,000. The LLC filed its dissolution on November 28, 2018. I believe the members are liable under California Corp code 17707.07(b)... Read more »
You can, in some instances, add a person to a judgment as an alterego of the judgment debtor, but this is irregular and not common. The whole point of an LLC (or any corporate form) is Limited Liability. The corporation is liable but the members are, by default, not personally liable for the...Read more »
During a short while a start up company I allowed them to charge money to my card and reimburse me for it. After I left there was some questionable charges that turns out to be things they reimbursed me for and they are demanding the money back. The total was around $1980. Can they do anything for... Read more »
If you reported the charges as fraudulent, and the charges were reversed, AND your former colleagues reimbursed you for costs you didn't actually incur, then you have gotten something for nothing. You got reimbursed for money you didn't spend. Your former business partners have a claim for...Read more »
Upon further investigation by local sheriffs and state funeral and burial bureau they had closed the case 9 months later they recovered his body only due to the smell cause refrigeration had broke down I want to know if I have a case againts the sheriff's department and the state for neglagents... Read more »
I requested formal discovery from opposing counsel. Opposing counsel failed to provide the Requests for Production of Documents and Tangible Things on or before the deadline. I am filing a motion to compel and would appreciate it if you would guide me as to what the maximum monetary limit in... Read more »
The maximum sanction that you can ask for is your attorneys fees and costs. If you are pro per, you have no attorneys fees to collect, so you will be limited to "costs." For you that probably means your $60 motion fee (presuming you paid one, if you have a fee waiver this is not recoverable), and...Read more »
I've sent it to them 8 times. They keep telling me they have never received it, as a result, the amount keeps going up. Is there anything I can do about this as it has been going on for over a year now.
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