Manuel Alzamora Juarez's answer It is always a good idea to get references when hiring a paralegal. I believe you need to hire an attorney. A Paralegal is not allowed to practice law. Sorry you were taken. You have not stated what type of case it is , so no one can answer this or give you advice. Best of luck.
Dealing with a State Agency on Tribal Lands can be a complex situation. Today many tribes have entered into Intergovernmental Agreements (IGA) with the Children, Youth and Families Department (CYFD) of the State as it pertains to the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA). As a result of the July 2015 Tribal State Leaders Summit in New Mexico, CYFD begin the process of communication and collaboration with the following tribes: Pueblo and...
Unfortunately, this is an overly broad question to answer. There is much more information needed to accurately address your inquiry. Which Nation, tribe and agreement (i.e. Indian Removal Act of 1830 by President Andrew Jackson and the Five Nations)? What era (Presidents Washington, Jefferson and Lincoln opposed)? Past or present (Original lands or Tribal/Trust lands today)? Note: Many thought (i.e. Davy Crockett, etc.) that the Indian Removal Act was unconstitutional but...
Peter N. Munsing's answer Generally both. Tribal law governs on tribal land. Take the vehicle outside the rez or national boundary, then the state law applies. However tribe should have some type of umbrella policy.
In New Mexico the following tribes have agreements with CYFD:
Pueblo of Jemez
Pueblo of Tesuque
Therefore, if you are a member of these tribes CYFD will have jurisdiction under ICWA and CYFD Agreement. In reference to following procedures, I do not know the particulars of the case or whether there were emergent circumstances that warranted the CYFD action(s) in...
Aubrey Claudius Galloway's answer This seems like a miscarriage of justice to me; of course, I would need to read the trial transcript and speak to all necessary parties, but I hope you guys are filed a notice of appeal because this case needs to be appealed.
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Further, if in fact your son was unrepresented in certain key portions but...
Richard Winblad's answer Possibly, It’s really answer this question requires a lot more information from you I suggest: a attorney that handles probate. If your grandmother theater was entitled to inherit then your parent ( grandmother’s child ) could also inherit
Steve McCann's answer 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 options moving forward, as it is highly likely this debt collector is in violation of the FDCPA which would entitle you to damages.
Mark Oakley's answer It may depend on where the loan was made. If it was legal where made, it may be legal to enforce in MD. If the loan was made here in MD, or solicited here in MD, then the lender is required to be licensed in MD for many types of consumer loans, and the loan is subject to MD laws.
Gary Johnston Dean's answer There is no real clear answer, you need to ask this again, and include a lot more facts. But generally, rights cannot be terminated very easily. You should see an experienced family law attorney to help you with this problem.
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But, you cannot claim more than one invention in one patent. If the Examiner thinks that the claims cover more than one invention, then he/she will issue a restriction and ask you to elect only one invention to prosecute.
The question becomes: if you make the table out of another material, or if you make another way of flipping the table over, is this a new invention or is it just a variation of the same...
Pete David Louden's answer Gather the titles and any other info you have and schedule an appt with an attorney to review your case. After looking at everything you have they will be able to tell you your options.
Ali Shahrestani, Esq.'s answer An employment lawyer should suffice, as you have a potential harassment, discrimination, and hostile work environment issue that needs review. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and media appearances/ publications on my law practice website, www.AEesq.com. I practice law in CA, NY, MA, and DC in the following areas...
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