My boyfriend, who was on probation for marijuana charges,was pulled over because of a missing headlight and they lied and said he was following too closely, but there was no other vehicle around to be "too close" to. He gave permision to search the vehicle,but stated that it was not his... Read more »
If you complain about the harassment (follow your employee handbook on filing internal complaints) and nothing is done or you are retaliated against, certainly, move forward and file a charge with the EEOC.
Is it legal to name a boy what is considered a girls name here in America and what is considered a boys name in france or at least a french masculine form of what is considered a girls name in here in America, like how girls use the more feminine sounding name if it sounds boyish, like a nickname... Read more »
With very few exceptions, you can name your child whatever you like. There are plenty of names which are not identifiable by either gender - Jamie, Harper, Ashley, Jordan, etc. The name doesn't have to conform to a particular gender.
If you file a Motion to Modify Child Support (Pro Se) and hire an attorney to handle to File the Contempt for withholding Visitation, After being served with the Contempt, Knowingly, Can the Defendant's attorney attach a Counterclaim of Contempt on Child Support to their Response.
I was referred to a specialist by my primary care dr. The referral was approved by my insurance company and I called to verify before visiting the specialist. On my 3rd visit to the specialist, I was told that I owed them nearly $500 because they are not in network with my insurance company. After... Read more »
may be legal but I think you can ask your health insurance if they will offer payment under the other tax ID, then when you have them rejecting a documented offer you can tell them your company offered to pay, they refused to accept, you don't think you owe them in accordance with provider...Read more »
Like, this minister has a lung disease, and cant go a day without passing out, has 8 years of medical history. They say he cant perform the job, so they are trying force him out the door with a severance.He counter offered by trying to take a different position in the church but they said no.
Churches can manage their own affairs. It is up to the church as it's rules dictate to decide--in some cases it's the congregation, in other's it's a bishop.There are no mandatory pension or other schemes for churches. You raise an interesting ADA question.
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