A photography website posted a photo of my 3 year old daughter and is selling prints of it without permission from her parents. Can I file a lawsuit against the photographer? He took the photo but then without our permission is posting it on his...
You should take the contract you signed with the photographer to an attorney who has experience with these type claims. If you didn't sign a release, it is my experience that you should have a claim for monetary damages and for a temporary and actual restaining order prevening the company from selling photos in the future.See question
my phone was in my yard (outside) and they had no permmision to be there
You can sue in small claims court (District Court of Maryland). However, try to resolve the matter out of court first.See question
Can I add or put a charge/count in my lawsuit that is not in the Maryland Commission Civil Right (MCCR) complaint? Note that I informed them during the investigation in writing about the charges that I want to add. However, Maryland Commissio...
In short, you need an attorney. Going against a private employer is bad enough. However, having the state resources against you just places a pro se defendant behaind the 8 ball. Hire a local employment attorney who has experience in handling discrimination claims against public entities.See question
AND HE ERASED THE CODES AND LIED ABOUT DOING SO TELLING ME THAT THE CAR WAS FINE. I DIDNT BELIEVE HIM ASKED FOR MY MONEY BACK AND HE SAID I BOUGHT IT AS IS EVEN THOUGH I HAD 30 DAY WARRANTY
Send a letter to the dealer, certified mail/return receipt and anyone else that you are required to notify under the warranty. State the dispute, dates, and problems. Immediately, take the car to a mechanic to determine the problem with the car. This mechanic will have to testify in court should you have to sue the dealer and company who issued the warranty. Also, depending on the amount in dispute, you may want to hire an attorney. At the minimum, you should consult with an attorney about moving forward. Don't delay in taking these steps. Also, in addition, you can file a complaint with the Maryland Attorney General. Read more online. I've provided a link to the complaint page.See question
Me and my kids are homeless , i met her in my travels and she said she had rooms for rent , and she wouldnt charge me alot so i can still get my life together, 3 months later she feels some kind of way because i dont want to bascially be her frie...
Fight the matter in court. You don't want this on your record. In addition, report her to Section 8 if you are under Section 8. Finally, consult with local counsel to determine if you have other remedies for what appears to be an attempt at an illegal eviction. Definitely, don't miss any deadlines regarding your response.See question
This organization provides legal representation and the prior to attorney provided committed acts of malpractice. When the organization failed to address the issue, a letter of intent to sue was sent and they responded to me stating that they woul...
It's difficult to answer your question without seeing the contract/membership agreement you have with the attorney. You should take the relevant document and correspondence to an experienced contract litigation attorney in your area.See question
My friend has fake money and he uses it to buy marijuana and then the dealers keep calling him and he's the one buying it, I feel he tells them that I'm the one that gives him the fake money and tells him to buy the marijuana. But in reality I hav...
First, stop calling him your friend. Second, schedule a consultation with a criminal lawyer and obtain advice and/or representation before going to the police.See question
Are flat fees only for property owners to be represented because they get discounts for havingany properties?
I agree with the prior two answers. Many lawyers are rethinking the hourly rate arrangements with clients. I do flat fee task arrangements on a variety of matters, including family law, coporate formations, and landlord tenant matters.See question
I have been with this company for a year. I recently started dating a co worker. After maybe a month into the relationship people found out about us including the manager. Every since that my manager was spreading rumours about me and had all the ...
Don't come down to see him before you go home. It's not worth it.
As an employee at will, you can be fired for any reason, even a silly one that is not protected by law. You have stated nothing in your question that would place you in a protected class.
The answer could change if you provided more information, including whether others are treated differently from you regarding their relationships at work.See question
The officer came in full dress however I know for a fact that he came as a personal favor of a friend and not from the police department. Is this legal?
It may be against police policy or a violation of the law, depending on exactly what he did. You can file an internal investigation complaint. However, if you decide to do it, make sure you are specific on what he did when he came to your house; what he asked your roommate; whether he used his police powers to indimiidate your roommate; the person he was trying help; the relationship between the officer and the person; and the supposed favor.See question