Government Contracts Questions & Answers by State

Government Contracts Questions & Answers

Q: My son is 17 of color and a corcasan student picked up his calculator and broke it my son pick up his cellphone and did

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Rights, Gov & Administrative Law and Government Contracts for Texas on
Answered on Nov 20, 2018
Grant St Julian III's answer
Yes, a 17 year old is considered an adult for criminal law purposes, so your son can be prosecuted under the facts you describe. Start calling local lawyers. Good luck.

Q: In New Jersey is the State or its agents exempt from local public ordinences

1 Answer | Asked in Government Contracts for New Jersey on
Answered on Nov 10, 2018
Leonard R. Boyer's answer
Your question is too vague to be answered.

Q: Are there any laws codified about government contracts' regulations? Where would I find them?

1 Answer | Asked in Government Contracts for New York on
Answered on Sep 22, 2018
Timur Akpinar's answer
New York State Empire State Development has a section on its website for government contracting resources. They might be a practical starting point for information about New York statutes and regs. They have offices in New York City, Albany, and Buffalo. On the federal level, the GSA (General Services Administration) might have information regarding government contracts.

Q: Is the government required to advertise their work projects someplace that's publicly viewable so everyone qualified can

1 Answer | Asked in Government Contracts for Illinois on
Answered on Sep 14, 2018
Cynthia Pietrucha's answer
Sometimes. It depends on the unit of government and what funds they are using to pay for work projects. If an Illinois local government agency is required to advertise their work projects, they are likely required by state law or local ordinance to publish each bid in the newspaper and may also post the bid on the city's website.

If you are looking for available work and don't know where to start, consider resources such as www.bidnet.com and www.illinoisbids.com . You can find a lot...

Q: Does the government have size requirements for businesses to become contractors or can any small business pursue that

1 Answer | Asked in Government Contracts for New York on
Answered on Sep 5, 2018
Timur Akpinar's answer
The government encourages small businesses. See https://www.usa.gov/federal-agencies/small-business-administration, which is the website for the Small Business Administration. They provide information and resources for small businesses and maintain field offices in several locations throughout New York State.

Q: Do DBA lump sump settlements need to be reported to Social Security? If the person has been found disabled?

1 Answer | Asked in Government Contracts and Social Security for Texas on
Answered on Jul 26, 2018
Anna Katherine Stone's answer
You would need to consult with a local workers' compensation attorney who practices in the state where you worked and were injured on the job. Also, there may be time limitations on when you can file for WC so I would encourage you to reach out to an attorney as quickly as possible. Best wishes.

Q: What are the main international legislation requirements applicable in the field of engineering services?

1 Answer | Asked in Government Contracts, Intellectual Property, Military Law and Patents (Intellectual Property) on
Answered on Jun 28, 2018
Kevin E. Flynn's answer
I am not seeing a patent issue here. To the extent that a patented concept has been embedded in a US required standard, then the patent rights necessary to adhere to the standard must be made available in a license to any company that requests it.

See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reasonable_and_non-discriminatory_licensing

I hope this helps.

Kevin E Flynn

Q: I cought my wife cheating with a correction S officer in Carrollton Ga. Can he loose his job. He caused us to separate

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Government Contracts for Georgia on
Answered on Jun 1, 2018
Homer P Jordan IV's answer
It sounds like you have had communication with her boss. This may be a question to ask him. You may want to consult with an attorney if you are considering divorce so they can help you plan the proper course of action. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com

Q: Reverse mortgage left on home that we were left in grandfather's will. They trying to auction property off. Please help

1 Answer | Asked in Foreclosure, Real Estate Law and Government Contracts for Alabama on
Answered on May 6, 2018
Kevin M Ryan's answer
The reverse mortgage lender has a security interest, or “lien,” on the real estate. You may be able to file a Ch 13 Bankruptcy case if you have an expectancy legal interest in the property as a legal heir. You would not be personally liable for the reverse mortgage if you simply surrendered any claim to the property and let the foreclosure sale occur ( unless you signed a personal guaranty or co-signed on the reverse mortgage)

Q: Can a minor, (14/15) who proves he is responsible financially and can care for himself, get emancipated in Ohio?

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law, Child Support, Government Contracts and Juvenile Law for Ohio on
Answered on Apr 2, 2018
Joseph Jaap's answer
No, a minor cannot be emancipated in Ohio except in limited circumstances. Here is more information:

https://www.ohiobar.org/ForPublic/Resources/LawYouCanUse/Pages/LawYouCanUse-255.aspx

If there are problems at home, talk to a school counselor, family member, or other trusted adult.

Q: I'd like to sue Barack Obama for giving 150 billion dollars of american tax payer dollars to Iran, without consent.

1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury, Civil Rights, Federal Crimes and Government Contracts for Nevada on
Answered on Mar 13, 2018
Peter Munsing's answer
No. If there had been I'm sure it would have been done. There are a number of reasons way too long for me to give you.

Consider a similar thought--can someone sue the Congress for giving over a trillion dollars in tax breaks to wealthy people? No, that's what they do.

Q: If you took a guilty plea in the state of Mississippi can you get a lawyer to get a sentence reduction?

1 Answer | Asked in Election Law, Gov & Administrative Law and Government Contracts for Mississippi on
Answered on Mar 4, 2018
Arthur Calderon's answer
It is incredibly hard to get a reduction in the sentence after the judge issues his sentencing order, unless very specific requirements are met. You will likely need to consult with an attorney so that he or she can gather additional information to advise you accordingly.

Q: US Citizen brought husband with CR1 Visa, he's physically, emotionally abusive, pressuring me to file i-751, what to do?

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law, Domestic Violence and Government Contracts for California on
Answered on Feb 19, 2018
Dale S. Gribow's answer
To properly evaluate any legal question a lawyer needs a thorough summary of the facts. What you have shared is not much. If you are not clear then the lawyer will no doubt be challenged to give an accurate answer.

It is the same as using the adage for using a computer... “JUNK IN, JUNK OUT”.

You clearly have to see a divorce lawyer.......and hopefully one who knows immigration

Q: I have 3 days left on my contract in till I ETS out and ,my commander is stating she is going to court marshal me.

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Gov & Administrative Law, Government Contracts and Military Law on
Answered on Jan 27, 2018
Patrick Korody's answer
Yes. You can be placed on legal hold and held beyond your enlistment to be court-martialed. You should speak to a military law attorney or base defense counsel (ADC, TDS, DSO) ASAP. Your discharge and characterization of service may be at stake, in addition to the possible punishments at court-martial.

Q: Can I abrogate an agreement for plaintiffs to accept a lump sum and together decide the allottments?

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Arbitration / Mediation Law, Government Contracts and Landlord - Tenant for California on
Answered on Dec 21, 2017
N. Munro Merrick's answer
You have an attorney. He should be able to answer all your questions. If you have a difference of opinion about whether your psychiatric problems should have been included in the mediation, tell him that. If you are not satisfied with his explanation, tell him that you want to get a second opinion from another attorney. I do not want to speculate any further.

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