Has he completed all his programming? And when and what were his prior incidents? Is he in for a sex offense? It would not be unusual at all for someone in on a CSC to be flopped twice, due to apparently no fault of his own. Additionally, with COVID, a lot of programming just hasn't been...Read more »
I have a medical condition that should be a contraindication to the vaccine; however, my employer disregards this and any other medical condition in their mandate of the vaccine. Should I resign or let them fire me? And do I have any recourse against them for it?
You are in relatively uncharted waters. You may have an interesting case. But your biggest concern now should be what you are going to do to make ends meet between now and whenever your case gets resolved, which could be years.
She has been in a mental health facility 2 yrs now and i know its been too long. The place is not helping her at all actually she has gotten worse since being there. With alot of different meds they have had her on. I told them shes became immune to them an they should do a wash. Meaning get them... Read more »
There is nothing you can do to move the case forward faster. You can, perhaps, help her attorney do so. Her attorney is the only person the court will accept filings from. The Forensic Center is probably not inclined to take directives from you or the attorney.
I am Canadian, my son's father is American. Support is being handled in Michigan, and custody in Ontario. Friend of the court said it's only valid from the time filed. So essentially, he's absolved of his parental responsibilities for the first 12 months of his life? When the... Read more »
No. Land Contracts are not leases and occupants under a land contract are purchasers, not tenants. In either case, during the pandemic, the court dockets have long delays, so if you can work out a settlement with the other party to resolve your issues, it will benefit both sides.
My daughter has had Covid, works in Mi and her and another not wanting shot at this time in their life. What are the rights protecting from being forced? Does this medical info (personal) fall under hippa being told by boss that it does not? Can I get fired for not having Covid shot? MI is at will... Read more »
You are correct that Michigan is an at-will state. Her employer can mandate that she get the COVID vaccination, unless she has a medical or religious reason for not wanting to do so. If either of those apply to her, you should contact an employment law attorney in your area to discuss her rights...Read more »
Company is based in Florida. Company asked employees to take vacation time (without taking days off) last year to “get the dollars off the year end books” with a promise to make it up to employees post-pandemic. Just announced everyone who gave up time will get 2 additional days this year, but... Read more »
If your parents want to stay longer than their authorized period right now then they should consider applying to extend their status (form I-539). If they stay longer without permission they will start accruing "unlawful presence" which will have negative consequences for them. However,...Read more »
My parents are on a visiting visa to the US from India. They got here before the Pandemic started (December 2019) and was not able to travel back once the pandemic started because of their age and the travel risk. We waited for them to get their vaccinations and so had to extend their stay twice.... Read more »
The biggest risk in applying for a third time is that if your parents have a 10 year visa and their request to extend status is denied then their 10 year visa will be automatically revoked and it may be harder for them to get a new tourist visa in the future. There is no way to predict the odds of...Read more »
This is in Michigan. My friend was last in work on Friday and had symptoms starting Sunday the. called into work on Monday and hasn’t gone in since the Friday she left. She was fired on Tuesday for the reasons being “You caught covid and potentially exposed me and my family” they terminated... Read more »
I am sorry to hear about this situation. It is impossible to answer without more details. Without knowing all the details, At-will employment means an employer can fire a person at any time for any reason except an illegal one. There are numerous conflicting policies/laws at play, including...Read more »
I was sent a text from my public defender that my court hearing would no longer be in person, but on zoom, the time was changed to 2 hours later, and that my public defender would have another person subbing for them. They also said they would text me the zoom link prior to the newly set time. This... Read more »
Without knowing your case or details at all, I would assume today's hearing was a pretrial conference or status conference. Often, clients aren't really involved in those hearings unless you are ready to enter a plea. And rarely would anything significant about your case be discussed....Read more »
They take your personal information and DNA. They are not my primary physician, and you are given no assurance they are not going to sell or give that information to third party sources. I don't want the test, or the vaccine. What are my rights in this matter?
You are free to not comply. Of course, the hospital or nursing home could refuse you entrance, preventing you from doing your job. If you feel strongly about it, you should have a conversation with your employer to see if they can find a way to accommodate you while still getting the job done....Read more »
Do I have a right to request termination of lease, before my move in date, if no one is responding to these concerns? I found pests(bedbugs) of what I believe to be an infestation as I was cleaning the unit. I have proof and I’ve contacted the agent and the Property Manager and sent them... Read more »
Company sent reminder e-mail to all employees for the up-coming COVID-19 vaccine clinic they are offering on-site. The link takes you to a listing of all names and times of those who signed up for it. What happened to medical privacy?
Poor practice on the company's part, maybe, but I don't see this rising to a HIPPA violation. What personal health information is being disclosed other than someone having signed up for a timeslot, and an inference that those persons will now be vaccinated? Your point is well taken that...Read more »
The potential employer paid for my ticket. I was informed at the check-in counter that I wasn't allowed to fly because I had received the wrong COVID test. I went through four rounds of interviews to get to the finalist stage. When they found out I couldn't fly, the organization... Read more »
Interesting facts...I think the damages would be a bit speculative: as you stated, you weren't guaranteed the position, and otherwise suffered no expense (other than time, etc.). And even if you were able to overcome that hurdle, I would think those damages would be mitigated by your current...Read more »
The AOS applicant/student would have to submit an application for Advance Parole (form I-131) at the same time as the AOS and wait until the Advance Parole (i.e. permission to travel) is granted BEFORE travelling outside the U.S.
If the AOS applicant/student travels without Advance Parole...Read more »
I spoke to a few attorneys who told me that the law protects drs during this period due to COVID 19 to an extent anyway, however I am curious if they are protected against discriminating against their patients also? I was very clearly neglected and discriminated against but I can not get anyone to... Read more »
Not sure you have a discrimination case so much as you might have a malpractice case. Your question does not make clear how you believe you were discriminated against; it sounds like the ER doctors made a medical decision. Whether opting not to perform surgery was the right call is something only...Read more »
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recommends employers ask employees why they refuse to answer or cooperate, an employer like a hospital is probably equipped to discuss the subject with you. However, under the circumstances existing currently, the ADA allows an employer to bar an employee...Read more »
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