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1 Answer | Asked in Copyright, Civil Rights and Native American Law for Illinois on

Q: Could I sue someone for using a logo that's part of my religion

Logo is demeaning to my Race. A misuse of it's sole purpose and descrimnates my heritage and culture as a Native American

Gary Kollin answered on Oct 21, 2018

You can sue for anything. Whether it will be a viable suit or have any legal merit is another thing.

Sounds like you want to sue the Washington Redskins. Read (google) all the articles. Do you think there is a reason no one else is suing?

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law and Native American Law for Illinois on

Q: A company working for a tribal payday loan company threatened to issue an arrest warrant for non payment?Live in Ill.

I spoke with a guy who works for a debt collection company who currently has a debt from a payday loan I took out from a tribal payday loan company. I tried to comply and pay a portion but he refused my amount and said an arrest warrant will be issued. Can this really happen?

Steve McCann answered on Mar 27, 2018

No it cannot, and it is a blatant violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. Do you have any written evidence of the threat? In any event, refrain from speaking with the debt collector and contact an attorney immediately. Many of us offer free consultations, and will advise as to your... Read more »

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