The other side is disputing what is in the document. I have a copy Of the document and believe that they don't. They started the discovery first and demanded the document. I deal with semi-professional forger. Is there any way for me to hold on to...
You must disclose documents you intend to use in evidence. You don't give them the document to take away. They are entitled to inspect the document and make copies.See question
Over the summer I sold one of my food trucks. A woman called and asked questions. She bought a different truck but stole my name, concept, and menu. I just filed for a trademark. Will she have to change her name?
This is not a simple question but a series of questions.
What trademark rights did and do you own.
In the sale did you grant an express or implied license to use the truck, as is, with the trademark.
If you sold your truck with the menu printed on the side and painted, together which are your "concept" what did you reasonably expect would happen? Did you put it in your contract? Are there emails that confirm?
10/08/2016, A woman called Spell did a public speech online to attract students for Bittiger training course. 10/15/2016, I did a public speech online to attract students for Techbow training course. 10/19/2016, Spell wrote an article about me...
Small claims is really not set up for defamation cases.
Your proof of damages will be your biggest obstacle. Generalities just don't count.
Someone has an “Idea”, they purchase the Name Spaces / Domains Idea.COM, .NET and .ORG (With the dream of a trademark down the road) The Question is ; Would a LLC named Idea Secure the right to the Name Spaces Idea?
Trademark rights are based on use in commerce (or intent to use in commerce signified by an application with the USPTO). Incorporating with a a name or buying domain names is no substitute.See question
these images of people on the wall watch my every move. Their in the bedroom the bathroom. Every where I go, even at other places that i go. I can't explain how the people in the images appear, weather through microwave tech. or what. but they res...
Sadly this is not a legal question but paranoia.
Best wishes in obtaining appropriate medical help.
I was refused to enter a store by security. His reason was because the store had been having trouble with "gang bangers." I had never been to that store in my life.
A store is not compelled to admit you but it cannot discriminate against you because you belong to a protected class (e.g. race, religion, national origin.)See question
They sent me a severance letter of 10 pages and trying to take all my rights. Can someone read and give me just an advise how to proceed?
"Corporate squeeze out" litigation is the worst, especially when coupled with potential wrongful termination.
A ten page letter is not a do it yourself project.
You can try the Find a Lawyer link at the top of each Avvo page.
State Bar Rules and Avvo Community Guidelines prohibit client solicitation.
I live in California I was one of 6 defendants in a Real Estate lawsuit for $300,000. Everyone settled for large amounts except me. Mine was $2,000 Which I do not have... I am 68 years on with a social security check each month in the amount of $9...
The house being in the name of you wife is far from being the end of the analysis.
(PS -make sure you both file a declaration of homestead on the house immediately if not already done.)
No one can advise about the status of settlement or litigation without reviewing the file and calling at least one of the other counsel.
My mother passed and left the house to myself and my three siblings. I have kept the up keep of the house and all so paying the mortgage since 2016 they do not want to reimburse me for what I have spent out.
We're talking about 3 months.
Get everyone to sell the house and pay off the mortgage.
If they don't agree, then get a lawyer and sue to sell the house and an action for contribution for your expenses though the date of sale. Forcing a sale is not a do it yourself project.
PS - are you done with probate yet?
My daughter, in CA, wants to change attorneys and her current one won't give her file to her. She doesn't have a new attorney yet. Attorney is saying she has to sign a form, Sub of Attorney, stating he is no longer her Attorney of Record first b...
Write an email saying if you don't get your file you are going to the State Bar.
You cannot be refused even if you owe attorney fees to the old attorney.
HOWEVER, someone has to be the lawyer so you daughter should sign with herself as the client AND herself as the new attorney in pro per. Then when she finds a new attorney she can sign another substitution from herself to her new attorney.
Or ... she can find the new attorney first who will request the file for her.