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Jeffrey Steven Feinberg

Jeffrey Feinberg’s Answers

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  • What does this mean the filing of the original of this deposition is hereby waived

    In depositions does this mean that you are agreeing to all facts of deposition and are waiving your right to correct with errata sheets. You do not require this to be notarized with statement below. I have read the foregoing record of my testi...

    Jeffrey’s Answer

    This forum is not designed to take you step-by-step through your deposition or the discovery process. You should retain an attorney.

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  • N depositions can you change your testimony 5 months after deposition if you have dates wrong in depositions in new York

    I am researching this and I am confused by what is written below as Rule 30 states you have 30 days to correct deposition by using errata sheets. Does this mean that you can make changes at trial to your deposition All rights provided by the C.P.L...

    Jeffrey’s Answer

    It appears you are self represented. You need an attorney. Litigation is not wha it you see on t.v.

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  • Is there a time limit for petitioning the court to add a party to a lawsuit?

    I'm a plaintiff in a case and filed a motion to join a party in a lawsuit against a corporation. The parties I motioned to join are employees. The defense claims the employer cannot be responsible for employees acting on their own will but also re...

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    Assuming you are representing yourself [pro se] which is ill advised particularly in federal court, you should familiarize yourself with Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 18 - 21. These rules address both necessary and permissive joinder and the requirements for each.

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  • How much will receive on a 18,000,000 class action lawsuit with six named plaintiffs?

    I received a post card in the mail telling me that my rights were violated and there is an 18,000,000 settlement which has to court approved. According to the postcard the attorney's share would be 5,400,000 and the all cost of notice and claims a...

    Jeffrey’s Answer

    No. There are many factors that determine the amount each class member is eligible to receive. These details are enumerated in the long form notice. All relevant settlement documents are available on the settlement website which is listed on the short notice you received.

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  • How to go about changing my sole proprietorship into a partnership?

    I recently started my own eCommerce website and I needed $2,000 to buy more inventory. I asked a friend if he would be down to come in with me for 15% of the company. He accepted, now what?

    Jeffrey’s Answer

    Hire an attorney to represent ONLY you to ensure you are protected under the terms of any partnership agreement.

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  • What legal action does sandra have in both contract and tort

    On October 14th 2015 Sandra purchased a timer for her living room lamp so that it would come on in the evening while she was out working night shifts. Sandra bought the timer from Jim’s Hardware Store Inc. The timer was manufactured and designed b...

    Jeffrey’s Answer

    This is not the appropriate forum for posing law school essay questions.

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  • Discovery issue

    I didn't mail "discovery" questionaire I prepared for the adversirial party until the final day the court ordered discovery to be completed by. If the other party refuses to respond to the questionaire due to receiving it late, can the case procee...

    Jeffrey’s Answer

    Ditto to everything said by Mr. Isquith. Get yourself a lawyer immediately.

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  • Debt Collector Third Party Disclosure?

    My girlfriend was busy making lunch and I answered her phone. The caller asked if girlfriend was around. I said no. They asked if she was married, I replied no and told me to ask her to call back IC Systems in regards to a business matter. I...

    Jeffrey’s Answer

    It is not actionable under FDCPA. They are entitled to ask questions. Why would you give them any information?

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  • Can i ask the IRS or FTB for a company's account information for a writ of execution?

    This company is a defendant in my lawsuit and they defaulted and lost. I have a judgment for 100K against them. I have the name of the bank they use, and have verified they have an account their with their tax payer ID (i recorded the call with ...

    Jeffrey’s Answer

    The art of enforcing and collecting money judgments is best left to experienced attorneys. However, idk you choose to proceed on your own, you MUST familiarize yourself with the relevant sections of the New York Civil Practice Law and Rules.
    Under New York law, once a judgment has been entered for a debt, the creditor can demand information about assets that might be available to satisfy the debt from anyone that the creditor thinks may have the information. Note that the creditor has this right not just when the judgment is entered, but at any time after that until the debt has been paid off or the judgment is set aside by the court.
    This process is called "disclosure" and the rules for it are set out in New York CPLR §5223 and §5224.

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