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Q: What attorney can u get to sue a bank for the bank causing financial injury ?

I have a suit against one of the biggest banks in the world for making a bank error in a transaction then fronting us money without our knowledge then turning around and causing us financial injury and not only once but twice on two separate accounts. Then I have intuit one of the nations billion... View More

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answered on Dec 15, 2023

To pursue legal action against a bank for causing financial injury, you should consider hiring an attorney with expertise in banking and financial services law, including securities law. Look for a lawyer who has experience in handling cases involving bank errors, unauthorized transactions, and... View More

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Q: Is stock promotion legal?

Are penny stock touts (promoters) legal?

What are they legally required to disclose to the public? Attached to the link below to one of the better disclosure documents that I have found. Is this disclosure document sufficient?... View More

Tristan Kenyon Schultz
Tristan Kenyon Schultz
answered on May 5, 2016

This is a specific legal question. Justia's Q&A is designed for general legal questions. You should contact a lawyer familiar with securities law.

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Q: Can my daughters dad keep legal documents such as social security card from me if we have 50/50 custody?
Tristan Kenyon Schultz
Tristan Kenyon Schultz
answered on Jan 24, 2016

Your custody agreement should cover this, but as a general rule, all relevant legal information related to children must be shared. Your ex is allows a reasonable time to provide the documents, but cannot absolutely refuse. This probably can be handled between you and your ex, but you always have... View More

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