I was involved in a non-fault car accident in which my car was badly damaged (as was the other driver's). The other driver has sued for damages. I have recently filed a cross complaint stating the estimated damage to my vehicle (estimated by mysel...
First, the insurance company is in charge of the litigation not you, and they will settle or fight as they see fit.
Second, as pointed out by Mr. Light, your opinion has zero legal value, or does that of an attorney.
Arguing with your insurance company about what they will pay is an uphill battle.
By the way, failing to tender the defense of the lawsuit to your insurance company may mean that they no longer have to defend you, or to pay. What made you decide to do this in pro per is a mystery.
person we hired as an accountant consultant, then ask to be the CFO and accountant, so we did later he told the board that they were convicted of a Embezzlement which is a felony. Can we put them off the board.
Your question is unclear about what your bylaws say, but that's where the answer would be found.
Officers are appointed by the Board of Directors, who can also replace them.
Companies change accountants all the time.
Son purchased vehicle about a month ago. Received call from car creditor saying something about repossessing his car because he moved out of state. Can they do that?
It is possible that removal of the collateral out of state is a violation of the loan agreement.See question
Iwas arrested for counterfeit money. The money was and is still real. I want file on them and sonoma county sheriff's.
First, win the criminal case. Then hire a lawyer for your civil case.
You can "bet" the defendants will have lawyers.
I know this person who came here commited crime left country and is back I know city they are in and cell number who should I contact
Contact your local police department. They will take it from there.See question
I recently left work at a company as a Business Development Representative and was most recently asked to provide seemingly general market information to a woman in Korea in exchange for money. (she asked for market size, major players in the indu...
If you don't get your money up front you will never be paid.
If you divulge publicly available research, you're ok. If you divulge "trade secrets", not ok.
We are a small business. We have a former employee that quit 2 months ago and recently reapplied for employment but is not rehirable because of some issues he had with our customers while he was employed with us so we would consider him for employ...
Tell the former employee in a cease and desist/demand letter that if he contacts even one more client even one more time you will sue him/her for a business tort like interference with prospective business advantage and will seek a restraining order against him. If he continues, you then have to follow through with a lawsuit.See question
Courts prefer to decide matters on the merits. You can try, but I strongly suspect it will be rejected.See question
Meet and confer for a demurrer?
Meet and confer for a discovery motion?
Before the motion is filed would be the timing; how much time is hard based on you very, very short posting.
I served a 3 day notice on my tenant to remove a non-opertable and unregistered vehicle from the property driveway. now, how do I proceed ?
Posting the same question two minutes later won't get you faster, more or better answers.See question