My bank has been screwing me by debiting the wrong checks from my account. These checks neither have my name nor account# on it. I had to call and resolve 6 such issues. Everytime they kept telling me it was an accident since my account# is "simil...
This is a customer service issue. Go to your bank branch in person and speak to a manager. Bring copies of the errors in your account and tell them if they don't credit your account for their mistakes, you'll close your account and go to a more responsible bank.See question
I am stuck in a 2 year contract and my internet never works. I never signed a contract. When I asked for a copy they put my signature on it illegally.
Since your getting internet service, even erratic service, you clearly know about this relationship and it's clear there's some kind of contract here. Did you authorize them to sign your name? "Took from key bad" sounds like you signed a device, rather than a piece of paper. Of so, that's not a forgery, that's an electronic signature.See question
I know of nothing in the CA or the U.S. Constitution that would prohibit this.See question
I have published a book ( self help ) on sleep. I want to copyright 4 terminology ( unique & new ) that was used in my book. When I publish it online ( amazon) does those terminology covered under copyright as the book is now copyright by the pub...
You cannot coin separate terms or phrases and register them for a copyright. You can register your ENTIRE BOOK for a copyright, which includes the way you expressed your ideas within that book, but that copyright will NOT include individual words or phrases and uses of those words or phrases, no matter how new and unique they of your uses of them might be.
Now if someone copies your book in a "substantially similar" way, your new and unique terminology would be something your copyright infringement lawyer would point to while establishing the infringement, but other than that aspect of protection for that terminology, the terms aren't entitled to their own copyright.See question
I see the US patent office has a search tool but its not that easy to use. If I hire someone how much does it cost?
Patents require a significant amount of legal work go apply for prosecute, and searching for 'prior art" is just one of the preliminary steps involved in an application, so it's best to for a relationship with a patent now at the beginning of the process to make sure your time and money are well spent.
You can check this site for lawyers in your area whose practice include patent applications to interview several and find one you like whoe fees you find acceptable.See question
I had 7 atrokes
Not sure what your 7 strokes has to do with anything.
Yes, if your book names real people, or real people whose identities are recognizable because of only slightly changed description, then you should have a lawyer prepare and obtain comprehensive releases from them for their "life rights" that protect you from any claims that could arise from these kinds of uses.See question
There are many lovely photos I'd love to store or post it in my social media accounts but sometimes I feel that we don't have the right to do that as the website says: All the content should not be copied. When I post a photo and (mention its so...
No it's not legal to use something that doesn't belong to you, and your instinct that you shouldn't do this is correct.. If your intended purpose isn't commercial, then it's not impossible that the copyright owner/ohotographer would give you a license to store or post their work.
But they don't have to, and if you've contacted them to advise them of your interest and they're registered their photo for a a copyright, they could easily monitor your activity and sue you for infringement if you go ahead and use their work without their consent. Also, if you think your use won't be noticed, realize that it's easy to do an internet image search and find your unauthorized use, so don't.See question
One of my good friends is freaking out right now, I want to help him out. Looking to be intimate with local women, my friend joined an application called OkCupid, in which he found an attractive girl who age was 18 on the profile looking for males...
I agree with my colleague, this sounds like a scam.
But the moral of the story is still DON'T SEXT PHOTOS OF YOURSELF TO STRANGERS. In fact, don't send them to anyone. RESIST THE URGE TO DO THIS, NO MATTER WHAT,
You're going to want a job someday, and you're going to want a serious personal relationship and even get married someday, and you might even run for office someday. If there are pictures of you naked floating around out there, whoever you're trying to impress with what a serious, credible person with good judgement you are, will dismiss you in a heartbeat, and there goes your reputation --forever. And for what? Because you decided it was a good idea to send some internet contact you hadn't met and proved was even a real human being a photo of your genitalia.
1. Get off Avvo nd all public websites. No one believes this about your "good friend."
2. Find a criminal defense lawyer.
3. Stop texting and demonstrating what poor judgment you have.