I want to go to nursing school or am I not allowed to have nursing license in ny state
answered on Feb 26, 2023
This may be something that most Criminal Defense attorneys and Health Care Law attorneys (categories chosen for the post) do not casually deal with on a regular basis. It may be more along the lines of professional licensing. You could try reposting under Education Law, which might be a closer... Read more »
The event in question took place a couple of decades ago. Some of the main people involved are dead and some are alive. It's a relatively well known/publicized event, though not everyone's involvement is super well known its all easily available in news articles. I want to know about... Read more »
answered on Feb 3, 2023
You potentially have to contend with the New York Civil Rights Law §§ 50 and 51, New York’s “Right of Privacy” law, which prohibit the use “for advertising purposes, or for the purposes of trade” of the name, portrait or picture of any living person without obtaining his or her prior... Read more »
answered on Jan 26, 2023
Yes. Pursuant to New York Judiciary Law Section 527, any person who fails to respond to a jury questionnaire served personally or by U.S Mail, and further fails to comply after being served with a “notice of non compliance” personally or via U.S. Mail, may be subject to a “noncompliance... Read more »
answered on Oct 2, 2022
Your question straddles a number of categories. I can only speak for the civil part; a criminal defense attorney could address criminal aspects. In my experience, it is the judge who makes decisions on dismissals. Your question includes the word "only." I can only say that I haven't... Read more »
advance, I checked the plans that often. Then BOOM, they are bulldozing across the street and I get told one day “that is not an office building across the street they are building—it’s gonna be a hotel!”
WAS ALL OF THAT LEGAL?????
It’s been a few years.
Do Towns... Read more »
answered on Sep 22, 2022
Your concern about neighboring development is understandable. However, there is no way to provide a meaningful response to your inquiry based upon the information you have provided.
I already have a driver's permit in the state of New York, and I was wondering If I could get a motorcycle permit, or would I need to get a driver's license first?
answered on Aug 30, 2022
According to the DMV website, "A New York State resident must have a Class M or Class MJ driver license or learner permit to drive a motorcycle. To get a motorcycle license, you must first get a motorcycle learner permit."... Read more »
They have sent letters demanding they be allowed to inspect. There is no suggestion of impropriety by the home owner, they are just looking. I don't feel they have any right to demand access. They threaten escalation to those who do not allow inspection. My house is 70 years old and was... Read more »
answered on Aug 22, 2022
Public water authorities, environmental conservation agencies (sewage), electric utilities, and other public works generally have authority to request reasonable access to their infrastructure for inspection, maintenance, or equipment replacement. This holds nationwide as a matter of public policy.... Read more »
I was stopped today due to a car riding to close so I sped up to get him away from me cop clocked me at 86 in a 65. When he turned on lights I took exit ramp an pulled over when safe as I had my child in car. I told him immediately my license is suspended. He still proceeded to have me drive my... Read more »
answered on Dec 3, 2021
The police officer's reason to stop you was the alleged speeding and your license was suspended at that time. That's how you would have received the summons for both speeding and operation while suspended. The officer's request to move your car after that won't change the... Read more »
My boss gave me a company bonus check for project commissions in my duration. Do I have to report this to Unemployment NY? The check was issued from a payroll account of the company. this isn’t severance it is a bonus owed to me from last years project completion commission percentage. They did... Read more »
answered on Apr 21, 2021
Yes, you should still report it as income received to unemployment for the week that you received the bonus check.
What law requires a senior citizen to change the name on their birth certificate to match current name ?
Why is name on social security not considered legal name?
answered on Feb 3, 2021
You can file a petition to change your name with the court. It is a relatively simple form that you can download from the court website. As for divorced people, every NY divorce judgement includes an order allowing the person to change their name back to their previous name.
He pulled me over said i was speeding ran my license and registration for about 45 seconds and then said he is letting it go and walked away. Should i expect anything in the mail or anything on insurance? Will this count towards anything and is it considered a verbal warning? or will anything be... Read more »
answered on Jan 23, 2021
The NYS Criminal Procedure Law requires traffic tickets to be served on you personally. If a ticket is mailed to you (rare) it is dismissable. Drive safe.
answered on Jan 19, 2021
You do not need a lawyer for this, but it is a hard process.
Is there a maximum amount or percentage a lawyer can charge for title V cases against a government agency settled at the EEOC level? I was told by a friend who practices family law out of State that the fees they can charge are capped similar to what disability lawyers can charge. Another piece of... Read more »
answered on Dec 16, 2020
Apparently, you may be situated in a state outside of New York. I limit my active practice to New York State. Each state enacts laws regarding ethical behavior and conduct of lawyers. Many adopt the model rules but there are exceptions.
In New York State lawyers fees are determined by the... Read more »
answered on Nov 22, 2020
A financial advisor, or other investment professional might be more familiar with this area than a Government and Administrative Law attorney. Until you locate a financial/investment professional for meaningful guidance, there are some online tools out there for computing bond value. If you could... Read more »
My presence in my home country is not needed, I can work with my advisor remotely. My US advisor knows my home country advisor; they work on very close problems, they are both okay with this scenario. Can I legally do it, from the point of view of the US laws? I receive a scholarship in the States... Read more »
answered on Oct 16, 2020
If a visa of any type is involved, you may want to additionally repost in the Immigration Law section - it's possible the insight of an immigration attorney could be valuable, and possibly more relevant than the other categories, depending on circumstances. Good luck
answered on Oct 3, 2020
It is important to understand that brand and trademark are different concepts. You can create a brand using that designation, and from a marketing point it might be alright. However, from a legal standpoint it is a best practice to go through a clearance process thinking of trademark and copyright... Read more »
The building around the first of the year.
answered on Sep 23, 2020
The format of this board could make it difficult for an attorney to contact you. This is more a question and answer board than a referral service - if you want to hire an attorney or arrange a consult, you could reach out to the attorneys here (Find-a-Lawyer tab above), or ones you find in your own... Read more »
answered on Sep 14, 2020
I'm not sure what you mean. I'm guess you mean to have someone be a confidential informant and not pay? I'd need more details before I could answer this question.
In the interview they said they will train you but I was there for 2 days and most of the employees were refuse to train me and then they just let me go for no reason
answered on Aug 9, 2020
Your question remains open for two weeks - there's no guarantee that all questions are picked up. But you could try reposting under Employment Law, where you might have better chances of an attorney who deals with these types of situations seeing your question. This looks like it's more... Read more »
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