Rahlita D. Thornton's answer It is best to consult with an attorney in your country. Laws vary from state to state and from country to country. But, it sure sounds like something to consult with an attorney about. I know that there are other factors to consider after having certain weight loss surgeries as well. Good luck to you.
Linda Simmons Campbell's answer When you set up a corporation you have to pay yourself at least the average rate for your job in your area. So no it is likely that everything you make would need to be paid as income.
Terry Lynn Garrett's answer If your father has legal capacity to contract, he has legal capacity to select his own caregiver. On the other hand, you have a right to decide who comes in your home. It sounds as though the company has not discovered a difficulty. What evidence of exploitation do you have? Do you think that it would stand up in court? Think about this and see what the doctor says. Maybe you could alternate this person with some others and find someone else whom your father likes.
Jerry Lutkenhaus' answer You seem to have a complicated situation. You would best be served by retaining an experienced workers compensation lawyer to assist you. I have over 35 years experience. I will be out of my office until Friday.
Peter D. Mlynek's answer Yes, this is done all the time. Your patent would be a formulation patent. The majority of patents that I write are formulation patents.
A couple of notes:
(1) The biggest problem that you need to overcome is the obviousness rejection. You can't just take known ingredients, mix them up to make a new mouthwash, and get a patent on it. There must be some sort of unexpected results, such as synergistic effects.
(2) You are going to have to come up with some hard-core...
Even someone convicted of child molestation may continue to ply their trade or work in their profession if the person has paid the penalty for their conviction, so long as the public is not in any danger.
Your question raises a whole host of constitutional issues for both the alleged perpetrator and any victims. Unfortunately, for me, it is not the kind of question that yields a simple...
Anthony Marvin Avery's answer Was TennCare listed as a Creditor in your Bankruptcy? Were they listed as an unsecured, non-priority Debt? And if so, did the State fight it? You must look at your Bankruptcy File, and will probably have to spend alot of time with the Court's File. Hire a competent attorney. But if TennCare was never listed as a Creditor, then the Debt was probably not Discharged, and is enforceable six years from the date that the Debt was created, or ten years from date of Judgment.
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer Sounds like you may have a case for malpractice or maybe even assault much more information would be needed however I would suggest setting up a consultation with an experienced lawyer.
Homer P Jordan IV's answer There is no set person that has to take over responsibility for a parent who has had a stroke. Assuming the parent has a good relationship with their children they would likely step up to help, but they are not required to by law. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
Angelina Bradley's answer Your fiance may want to consult with a criminal defense attorney. PC 261.5 is pretty clear it's a crime if an adult has sex with someone under the age of 18. I don't practice criminal law, so I don't know what the statute of limitations would be or the likelihood of prosecution.
But, if you're going to be 18 at the time of delivery, then the medical professionals working with you would no longer be bound to make a mandatory report to child welfare officials because you would no longer...
Kevin E. Flynn's answer I am sorry to hear of your situation. Your question was listed for patents (inventions). You may have meant paRents but that is not a category.
You may want to post the same question under Family law or Elder law as this is a question of intervening when a family member may not be competent to take make decisions and others need to act on that person's behalf.
Pete David Louden's answer You are entitled to all records concerning the child. The problem you have described happens all the time. The good news is that there is a solution. Simple solution is hire an attorney to modify your existing court orders to include language that addresses this issue.
Timur Akpinar's answer Your wife could show the letter to a medical malpractice attorney and ask them about her legal rights/remedies in light of the diagnosis for a sinus infection when the condition was in fact gallstones. Whether or not an attorney determined that there was a viable cause of action, she could at least learn what deadlines and statutes of limitations she would need to take action before to preserve her legal rights.
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