I know you will not want to hear this but you should retain an attorney if you have not already. If you do have an attorney contact him or her and tell them you are wondering what to do. An attorney worth their salt will prepare you. It is very fact-based. It really depends on type of case you...Read more »
This can mean the vacating of a "dismissal for want of prosecution." This phrase sometimes means a plaintiff missed a court date and the case was dismissed. They can be reinstated if a motion is brought within a certain period of time.
You should speak to your employer ASAP. Yes, you should go it is probably for a trial and your testimony is needed to establish putting bills into evidence at trial. Make sure the request is not for records only which can sometimes be confusing.
It's not exactly clear what you are asking. A notice of motion is basically a document that is filed that informs, or gives "notice" to the other party in a lawsuit that they want to ask the judge to do something in the case, which may affect the other party's rights. You should definitely appear...Read more »
You dont: Sec. 12-652. Filing and Status of Foreign Judgments.
(a) A copy of any foreign judgment authenticated in accordance with the acts of Congress or the statutes of this State may be filed in the office of the circuit clerk for any county of this State. The clerk shall treat the...Read more »
Because of a miscommunication I sent the letter but he wanted to send the letter and not me.. Now he contacted the program where I sent the letter and they are contacting me.. Am I in risk of being in a big trouble? How can I defend myself?
A tort, in common law jurisdictions, is a wrong that involves a breach of a civil duty owed to someone else. It is differentiated from criminal wrongdoing, which involves a breach of a duty owed to society. Though many acts are both torts and crimes, only the state may prosecute a crime, whereas...Read more »
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