Recent documents have been released showing Esso/Exxon-Mobile scientists informed upper management of the damaging consequences of fossil fuel emissions (CO2) in 1982. In or around 1989 Exxon began denying and even mocking climate change arguments...
Yes. Totally off the wall, as you suspected. You have no legal standing to bring such a suit and RICO is inapplicable anyway.
A+ for creativity though.See question
House is paid for and taxes are paid.
There are a number of different ways--depending on circmustances. Establish a trust. Leave a proper will. SOme ways are "better" than others. Best thing you can do is speak with an IL wills and trusts attorney about the best way forward for your situation. Best of luck to you.See question
And she said she not letting me do a DNA what can I do To take my name off the birth certificate.
She does not control the DNA process. A court does. Contact a LA attorney and take her to court to force the DNA issue.See question
Recently granted 50% custody because the mother would control what days I could see my daughter, if out the blue she allowed me to have her even for half day and I could not drop my plans she would take my next day with my child. Settled before Tr...
Custody agreements may be modified for any number of reasons, including some of what you describe here. Contract a FL family law attorney (better yet, your previous attorney) about the best way to respond to your situation, which may not mean a modification. Good luck to you.See question
I used a site called Fiverr to have someone create adult audio recordings. I assumed the seller was over the age of 18. We continued doing audio recordings for months. I paypaled her money in exchange for the work and then it was revealed to me...
Common scam. The porn websites are full of such scammers. If you pay, it will never stop.
You are getting a lesson the hard way in making assumptions online when making a deal that implicates your money, or your liberty.
Best to speak to a CA attorney, in private, about your best options.See question
Is it possible for me today almost 23 years later to get a Postal job with the Usps delivering mail . Will this show up on a background check to be a mailman?This happened 23 years ago. I was told back then from lawyers it would be off my record a...
Whether or not the USPS will give you a job is up to the USPS. As a practical matter, the conviction will remain on your record for life. So when USPS does a background check, it should be there. Do not lie about your conviction--surest way to get fired if for some reason its not on your record. Sometimes, errors happen and the proper paperwork is not done and the record will not show--best if you have been open about it all along.See question
At my wife's last job, she was written up 4 times for doing what other employees in her dept. were doing also. She was written up for talking on the phone while on break, when other girls in her dept. used their phones several times during their s...
Certainly sounds unfair. Unfortunately, unfairness in the workplace is common, and not in and of itself actionable. If your wife violated the policies, she violated the policies and gave the employer the opportunity to write her up and dismiss her.
you did not mention anything that indicates any kind of discrimination in the traditional sense. Perhaps discrimination against the new employee--but new employees are not a protected class of persons in any state I am aware of. Perhaps with a more detailed review of the facts and circumstances, a TX employment law attorney can identify something that opens the door a bit. Recommend your wife chat with a TX employment law attorney ASAP.See question
Back few years ago when Verizon Wireless charging $29.99 for unlimited data plan and that's the contact consumers signed. How can they suddenly charge more when is not in the contact? I don't believe thats fair practice.
You find a lawyer who is willing to take on your case, gather up other plaintiffs similarly situated, and start the process of getting a class action certification. (one cannot just file a class action suit).See question
My boyfriend works for his father's towing company and we also live on the property where they store the cars. We were asked to move in here to help out with his elderly grandmother who was living here by herself with no care. Well I don't work b...
In an at will employment state, an employee may be fired for any reason, or no reason at all absent union protections, a written employment contract, or illegal discrimination against a protected class of persons.
So, 'yes' the boss (father) can fire his employee (son) under the circumstances you described.
Probably would have been best to seek permission to board the dog, from the landlord (employer/father) before doing so.
One option is to tell the friend she needs to come get the dog. Is the pocket change worth loss of full time job--odds are after firing him, landlord/employer/father will ask you two to move out of the house, or start paying rent.See question
I filed a wage complaint and the state issued its determination that I feel is incorrect. I appealed and a hearing is scheduled. I appealed because I believe that employer destroyed the exempt classification and misclassified my exemption status....
Depositions are part art/part science. You cannot become good at deposition except by study, observation, and frequent exposure to the process. You can follow all the advice given here, and totally screw your case. If the amounts involved are of any long term significance, strongly recommend you hire a WA attorney ASAP. Against an attorney representing the state, the odds you face are very, very, long. Understand that the system is created by lawyers, staffed by lawyers, overseen by lawyers, and run by lawyers. The state, deciding its own case against itself? Even worse. Smart money bets on the lawyer every time against a pro se. Have you considered contacting a law school clinic, to see if they can assist? Supervised by a law professor, you'd might have better odds....See question