Will Blackton's answer Religious symbols are not necessarily free of copyright protection. If the image you found online was created by an artist, and has some very minimal level of creativity applied to the work, that artist was granted copyright protection, even if the underlying symbol is in the public domain or otherwise free of copyright.
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Robert Jason De Groot's answer The very best thing you can do is to have a full discussion with a bankruptcy attorney about this. You will find that the suit you have is an asset of your bankruptcy estate if you file for bankruptcy.
Adam Studnicki's answer Hard to say what's going on. Did the person violate the terms of a limited copyright license? A copyright lawyer can assist?
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Zaher Fallahi's answer That may be really tough. Try the employer first for the W-2. Alternatively, ask them to reconstruct the W-2 equivalent from their information or use their best estimate. Are you sure you were even employed then? Consult a tax attorney for more advice.
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