A Washington attorney could advise best, but your question post remains open for four weeks. There's no guarantee that every question is picked up, but you could try reposting under the Employment Law and Employment Discrimination categories. Good luck
You hit them all. Those three are what would be covered in a first-year law school torts class. You could go on to identify other types of liability on different levels, such as vicarious liability, joint and several liability, enterprise liability, etc. But those are conceptually different and...Read more »
No. The store may have closed its doors to the public, but whatever is going on in their operations, whether dissolution, bankruptcy proceedings, or other process, its assets do not become public property by default. They may have been sold, may be slated for auction, or other disposition by the...Read more »
I have a concealed carry permit. I also have an unarmed security license. there is no where I go in the course of my duties where possessing a firearm would be illegal. no provision in the concealed carry law States that I may not carry my firearm while working as a security guard. no provision of... Read more »
You can file an impound appeal, but you have to act fast. The law imposes a ten day limit in which you have to file your appeal in the local district or municipal court where the unlawful impound occurred. If you do not file within the ten days, you are barred from pursuing it. Most jurisdictions...Read more »
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