I am just curious what they can do if they have no proof (I suppose they can just fire you without citing the reason). Not talking about proprietary information, negative comments about co-workers or anything like that. I'm talking about comment...
Unless you have a contract, or union protection, you are an at-will employee and therefore can be fired for any reason or no reason so long as it is not an unconstitutional reason such as based on race, gender, religion, etc.See question
Last I heard the attorneys were going to dinner to discuss a settlement. I know there is money owed but my ex's attorney has adjourned the motion for counsel fees for 4 months. My attorney knows I have $0 and a stay at home mom. What do I do?
Have you called your lawyer?See question
No ticket was given/made as I have been doing business with them for years and thought we had a good relationship.
You can sue but you can only get the value of the shirts at the time they were lost. You are not entitled to replacement value. This happened to me many years ago and after some back and forth the laundry gave me replacement value of the brand that they lost.See question
I'm currently looking for a new rental apartment in NYC. All of the places I'm interested in is asking for a reference letter from my current Landlord. I have been requesting this letter by e-mail since before Easter, but only now did I receive th...
There is no legal right to a reference letter from a landlord.See question
I received the charge I believe 8 years ago. I aloud my 12 year old daughter to drive my vehicle in my front yard. Was reported and cops showed up. My child was not taken away from me. Have not been in any trouble with child endangerment since t...
Do you mean an arrest record? If YES, what happened to the case?See question
I received a minor trespass violation in the Village of Harriman, NY for cutting through the local park after hours. I think the cop just cited me since I didn't take too kindly to being stopped and asked a bunch of questions for no apparent reas...
It is up to the Judge whether you can represent yourself.See question
Individual in question can perform all of duties required by the position without special accommodations
I know of no reason why someone covered by the ADA cannot run for political office. If that was the case it would undermine the purpose of the ADA.See question
i am currently on federal probation but have filed a civil lawsuit against several defendants including the judge who controls my probation. he refuses to recuse himself. my lawsuit is now in the court of appeals and i am a pro se litigant. is the...
I am not aware of any such case law. The reason is because if a defendant could force a Judge to recuse him or her self by suing the Judge lots of people would do it if they didn't like their Judge.See question
Was bonded out then arrested 7 hours later on a drug charge without having drugs on me. I have not been arraigned
The Judge will generally not release the bond until the case is over or you can ask for ROR at the arraignment and to have the bond exonerated.See question
If I (and my lawyer) can't make a settlement because we can not find a reasonable deal with my former employer , the best deal is a conference with the judge to make a settlement between the two parties ? I have to take some of the salaries tha...
It never hurts to hear what the Judge thinks about the liability and potential worth of a case.See question