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Annie Ksadzhikyan

Annie Ksadzhikyan’s Answers

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  • How can I go about getting a refund from a personal training sessions that were unused.

    contract says no refunds but there was a breach of contract when the trainer that I signed up with left the company and contacted me directly threw email to let me know that she would no longer be with that gym . . . . How do i go about gettin...

    Annie’s Answer

    Since you signed a contract with the company (as opposed to the specific trainer) agreeing to "no refunds," it is unlikely they will refund you for unused training sessions. You may consider requesting that they permit you to assign your training sessions to someone else, in the event you know someone who would make use of them.

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  • The first 10 requests for production of documents were for emails of 10 individuals which defendant refused to produce. In

    filing for motion to compel further responses, can I provide only one argument of compelling further response to all the 10 requests for production instead of 10 identical arguments? If yes, how is it done so as not to confuse the judge?

    Annie’s Answer

    I agree with Mr. Chen. However, in the event you require the e-mails of these 10 individuals for varying reasons, the only thing I'd add is that you may want to include specific information in each separate statement as to why the production of each individual's emails is relevant and necessary. Best of luck.

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  • Disagree with the Arbitration Award can we take any legal recourse?

    Our company did not finish out a cleaning contract we had with a general contractor. The general contractor had 2 invoices to show the cost he incurred. One of the invoices he provided proof he paid. The other invoice (window cleaning company) he ...

    Annie’s Answer

    Under California Bus & Prof. Code 7085.5(s), upon written application of a party to the arbitration, the arbitrator may correct the award upon the following grounds: (1) there was an evident miscalculation of figures or an evident mistake in the description of any person, things, or property referred to in the award; or (2) there is any other clerical error in the award, not affecting
    the merits of the controversy. An application for correction of the award shall be made within 10
    calendar days of the date of service of the award by serving a copy of the application on the arbitrator, and all other parties to the arbitration. From the facts you've provided, it seems you've already taken this step and the arbitrator has denied your application.

    Any appeal from the denial of the application shall be filed with a court of competent jurisdiction and a true copy thereof shall be filed with the arbitrator or appointed arbitration association within 30 calendar days after the award has become final.

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  • Deposition time limit

    Does the FRCP 7 hours per day rule count breaks taken as well? In other words, if the parties commence at 10 am, and take an hour break for lunch, may the deposition continue until 6pm (8 hours after the deposition began), without an agreement by ...

    Annie’s Answer

    The seven-hour time limit under the FRCP applies only to time spent on the record. It does not apply to breaks.

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  • How many days to reply the interrogatories in CA?

    Dear Experts, How many days I have to reply the interrogatories in CA (Bay Area)? All three set of documents are sent to me in the same envelop (request for admission, request for production of documents, special interrogatories) and one said I...

    Annie’s Answer

    I agree with the responses of my colleagues - You have 30 days plus and extra 5 days for mail service. You calculate the due date by looking at the date the documents were served (this will be on the Proof of Service), and counting 35 days out beginning on the day after the documents were served. If the due date for your responses falls on a court holiday or weekend, the deadline to serve your responses is on the next day (so long as the next day is not a holiday or weekend).

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