Can a company NOT HIRE you simply because you are a smoker? Not smoking on their property, or "on the clock", etc.
You cannot be discriminated against because of your age, gender, race, or national origin. But being a smoker is not a "protected class," and it's something someone can change. Since smokers have higher health costs and are probably typically less productive because of their smoking breaks, a potential employer can choose not to hire them.
Here, it sounds like you're not being told you can't smoke, you're being told you won't be hired because you do smoke.See question
I hired a company and in November and paid $1000 in November and again for December. I received a bill for $4000 for 4 months. I am unhappy with their work, do not feel listened to, am not seeing much and it feels very cookie cutter..not what I wa...
A bill is not a contract. But where did the 4 months come from, was there a 4 month minimum? There are facts missing here, so you should see your own business litigator to discuss everything.See question
He was going to start a business and then decided not too. I have decided to start the business using the same name. I felt it would be less expensive and easier to just transfer the LLC. Just want to know how.
Hire a business lawyer to transfer the membership shares to you, do a buy-sell agreement, and file the necessary paperwork with the TX corporate authorities. This is not a DIY job.See question
My grandmother fell a couple years back and lost her ability to walk and care for herself. Since then she has lived with me, I've been caring for her and taking her to doctor appointment etc. recently I've discovered my aunt, her daughter has dra...
What do you mean, "at the moment she has no power of attorney," did your aunt formerly have power of attorney? Or was your aunt a joint account holder? If not. then your aunt and her friend at this bank who allowed her access have committed theft and bank fraud, and you should involve the police and a lawyer ASAP.
As for it happening again, your grandmother can appoint you as her her attorney in fact to handle her financial affaies and can add your name to her bank accounts, and at a different bank.See question
Hello, I am going in a share holder of 50 % in a company that will buy a property as a part of a business planand trying to have the best practice for keeping my rights . the loan type is not a business, the preaproval doesn't have the name of one...
As noted by my colleague, this public forum for general questions and answers isn't suited for complex business structure questions that require consideration of all applicable factors, such as ownership, insurance and liability issues, tax concerns, branding, etc. This is all besides the legalities of the business's purchase of property itself, including the loan and title terms.
You should sit down with a local business lawyer to discuss all of the details. Please note you need your own lawyer. Your partner may also have their own lawyer, and the business entity you decide to form will also need representation.See question
I live in CA My daddy lived in OR. My daddy passed away last year and I am in the process of claiming his life insurance. Suddenly, I find my self either adding myself to a case or be forced to move. My rent is paid in advance. The case is so mess...
If you have money and you're found liable in a lawsuit for a judgment, that money, regardless of its source, will be subject to attachment by your judgement creditors. There's no reason it would be exempt.
You protect it by hiring a lawyer to defend yourself so you don't get a judgment against you. You're not qualified to defend yourself, especially if you consider the case to have a "corrupt judge" and "lying attorneys."See question
I'm getting some work (website, apps etc) done for my S-corp (US based) online via upwork. The freelancer is a Pakistani citizen and will be working from Pakistan and will submit the work online. I'm concerned about possible tax handling on my end...
Without knowing the scope of work, I'd guess this is a 1099 contractor, not an employee, so no withholding, and taxes are their problem. See your own CPA for help.
What you should be more concerned with is a having a written contract spelling out the terms of payment and ownership of the proceeds of work. See your own business lawyer for help.See question
Insurance adjuster is only accepting my rental expenses for 10 days. Therefore i feel extremely worried because she has not replied or answered any of my body shops calls. She keeps prolonging the situation and i fear i will have to pay mechanical...
Impossible to answer, although I could guess she's just extremely busy.See question
The contract I signed was with a security company called Security Essentials, Monotronics says I signed a contract with them.The proof was the foreclosure papers,copies. That was 4yrs ago. Now it's in Collection for full amount of system .
Not unless the contract you signed and agreed to says so. Many contracts allow the party who drafted it --them-- to assign the agreement without needing to give notice. I've never seen a contract that requires the renegotiation of a contract due to an assignment, but it's possible yours says that.
What the document you signed says is something that only someone who's reviewed it can tell you.See question
I gave up interest in the house and property when we divorced. However my credit report still shows that I have responsibility for the loan, which is behind and close to foreclosure. How do I go about getting my name removed from the loan and resp...
Creditors like landers don't care what happens in your personal life. As far as they are concerned, you borrowed their money, and you stay obligated to pay back this loan until you pay it back, or until they foreclose on your house for failure to pay.See question