If you believe you are under investigation for fraud by the Social Security Administration then you need to consult with a criminal law attorney who is experienced with federal fraud cases. They will be able to help you determine if you are actually under investigation and can advise you about...Read more »
He had them facing are building and was told by management to face them in common area and that he could not have cameras on the outside. He took it down but hide it on his balcony in a wreath on that he hung on the storage closet door. He is using them to tattle on anyone walking their dog that... Read more »
There are attorneys on this board who are knowledgeable in securities-related matters who could best advise, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a GENERAL premise, for someone to be liable for scamming or defrauding someone, it usually has to be shown that they had an intent to deceive or...Read more »
Contrary to popular belief, Puerto Rico IS part of the US, even though it's not a state. It's a US territory, and you don't even need a passport to travel to and from there from any other part of the country.
The answer to this question could depend on a number of factors. A geographic region was not included, but that would normally be relevant in terms of applicable state laws for zoning, building codes, fire safety, and areas. In general, some of the factors could include liability (who caused the...Read more »
The term"financial planner" can mean different things to layman and professionals: e.g., a FINRA associate member registered representative (stockbroker); registered investment advisor; or certified financial planner. The stockbroker and//or his firm are required by FINRA to update your...Read more »
Im on furlough been a year , lawyers saids can pay fees after I start working , Fees from start of chapter 13 is written accumulated fees during chapter 13 not written total yet Must a lawyer show their fees from after dismissing chapter 13 and than lawyer will file chapter 7 , Not... Read more »
I create an LLC with 1 other person that finances the purchases. I do all of the work. Houses are purchased in the name of the LLC. We are both 50/50 partners of the LLC. I sell the house and we split net profit 50/50.
If I do this with other investors, creating a separate LLC with each... Read more »
The insider trading violation is based upon trading with non-public information. However, if you are an officer, director, or in a fiduciary relationship or tipped by someone in that capacity, you my be accused of having other non-public information upon which you traded and still have a problem...Read more »
I am about to inherit restricted stocks from my father who was an insider in the company. I dont know what the restrictions are exactly yet, but whatever they are, can I and how likely can I succeed to force the company to lift those restrictions in the court?
That questions is difficult to answer. If your Dad died while working at the company, perhaps the stock will come restriction free. Usually restrictions are in place to prevent insider trading, so if there is no chance at insider trading anymore, they may lift them. Other...Read more »
I was able to buy this particular stock in the pre-hours, but once the market closed I was unable to purchase more of the identical stock. I can, however, sell my already purchased stock (at a loss). How is this not someone choosing to make me a loser by locking me in where I am?
I have been asked to return profits from a Life Settlement contract invetsment because the holding company was accused of running a Ponzi scheme. The UFTA has a statute of limitations of 4 years, but it's unclear to me if that is based on the date the complaint was filed against the company,... Read more »
I'm not sure what you would gain from it economically. Generally, one party's liability ends upon another party's criminal action. If there is video footage of this, I'm unsure what other security measures Goodwill could be expected to take. Further, stores are usually not...Read more »
He has called the police on my son before told them he was banging on his house. But it wasn't him because everyone was sick and inside the whole day. At this point i feel like it is harassment and invasion of my privacy.
Max penalty the country of origin for it is 2 years but expected penalty is few months or community service. convicted person is 3rd party to the company (not an insider, not directly connected with an insider). Is it possible to get a waiver? convicted person also has a Masters degree from top 5... Read more »
You should have an experienced immigration attorney review the record. If this is an Aggravated Felony you may be exclded and no waiver may be available at least for some years. If this is a CIMT you may be eligible to file a waiver. If you are aligible for a waiver you will need to meet the...Read more »
The company disclosed a slide that was released 2 months after and also heavily inclined about in an investor conference 2 weeks after. Does trading on the expectation of the release of something described in the slide is legal in this time period?
The SEC may deem this "selective" or "privileged" disclosure, which would fall under the umbrella of insider trading. The concern here is the fact that it's an invite-only event, and SEC rules tend to distinguish between open settings and those to which "the little...Read more »
Section 265.01 prohibits gravity knives and switchblades or any knife intended to be used against another. It does not fro hi it Foldable knives or pocket knives. There is no specific prohibition of a felon in possession. That is limited to guns of any type possessed by a felon which is prohibited...Read more »
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