Dell knows they sold me a 5k lemon that never worked because both graphics cards were never recognized, and it was missing a blu ray burner that I paid for and I have the documentation, e-mails, phone calls and tracking numbers to prove it. Dell know that instead of repairing my computer in June... Read more »
IMPO, the arbitration clause in the contract is valid regardless of how bad the laptop was when Dell sold it to you--or how many terrible things Dell has done since--or how much proof you have against Dell.
Without knowing more about your situation, and not being familiar with New York law on ADR, my guess is that if you signed an employment agreement with your employer, it should deal with how a mediator or arbitrator is selected. If not, you could approach your employer and ask him/her about it....Read more »
In my experience in handling arbitrations in New York, I have not seen the term “mistrial” come up in this context. I’ve only seen the term arise in the context of formal court proceedings. I have seen arbitration forums list grounds for appeal (e.g. arbitrary or capricious conduct, as an...Read more »
That depends on the outcome of the mediation. If it was a binding mediation (one where the parties come to a binding written agreement), then there may be nothing you can do, if you agreed to and signed the settlement papers. However, most mediations simply end if the parties cannot agree on a...Read more »
It depends on the State and Court where the proceeding is pending. There are many factors that go into when attorneys fees are awarded and for how much. Since I practice law in California, I suggest that you direct this question to a New York attorney. Good Luck.
I am very sorry to hear your are going through this.
To answer your question, yes, you can most certainly send a letter to the judge and the district attorney. In fact, you could even call the district attorney, or the assistant district attorney assigned to the case, and ask to meet with...Read more »
Ex refuses to provide me the information need in order to do the 2 qdros. He has been collecting interest on what's should be in an account for me. Do I have any legal right to the money he has made on the interest?
Filed a small claims suit (Queens County-NYC) and requested to see a judge as I did not want my case to be tried by an arbitrator. I was then told that it would take a few court dates if I want to only see a judge. That did not deter me and I insisted on seeing judge and was sent home with a new... Read more »
I lived with a family when i came to this country at 16. They were emotionally abusive and constantly made me feel like I owed them and was ungrateful. I purchased a 2 family house on my own 8 years later. They moved in and basically took it over. They pressured me to add the husband's name to the... Read more »
The statute of limitations will deal with most of your claims. If there are bills from the last six years you can sue. You can sue to have the house sold and proceeds divided. Nothing you can do about deed issue from 20 years ago.
The arbitrator's rules should have been provided to you. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney such as myself. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and media...Read more »
That may be considered unconscionable language. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney such as myself. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and media...Read more »
More context is needed. 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...Read more »
It depends on any related court orders and contracts. 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/...Read more »
Arbitration is more informal, not in court, and may be binding or not in its decision, depending on the rules agreed to by the parties beforehand. 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 »
Neutrality is key, as is listening carefully and open-mindedly to the facts, knowing the facts and law related to the incident, helping to work out a mutually agreeable resolution, making a decision that is based on the facts and law, and writing a coherent and accurate statement of decision....Read more »
If he has an estate open, you need to file a claim, which is done by sending your claim to the executor and filing it. Do this by delivery confirmation (certified, FedEx, etc.). However, there is a time limit to confirm an award for a judgment, so you need to file to make the deadlines.
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