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Finding A Highly Skilled Lawyer Regardless of what your legal needs are you will find that there are countless lawyers in the area that advertise they concentrate on your form of case. This will make the entire process of finding one with significant amounts of experience a bit of a challenge. However, when you follow the following it will be easy to define your pursuit off to the right one in very little time. The first task is to produce a set of the lawyers which can be listed in your area focusing on your situation. While you are which makes this list you must only include those which you have a good vibe about depending on their advertisement. After that you can narrow this list down if you take a bit of time evaluating their website. There you should certainly find just how many years they have been practicing plus some general information about their success rates. At this stage your list ought to have shrunken further to individuals which you felt had professional websites as well as an appropriate volume of experience. You should then make time to lookup independent reviews of each and every attorney. Make sure to browse the reviews rather than just depending on their overall rating. The information in the reviews gives you a sense of the way that they connect with the clientele and the time they invest into each case that they are working on. Finally, you will want to meet up with no less than the very last three lawyers that have the credentials you are looking for. This gives you time to actually evaluate how interested they are in representing you and the case. It is important to follow all of these steps to actually find someone containing the best degree of experience to help you get the perfect outcome.

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Legal Question?
If I Sent An E-Mail To My Boss That I Would Be Finishing Up My Classes And The Contract I Signed Stated A I To Attend For A Year But Did Advise By E-Mail And Verbally That The At The Time Unknown To Me Contract Would Be Breached, Do I Have The Right To Sue The Company And/Or The Individual?

This is how I understood the facts where you based your question. Tell me if I am wrong:

You signed a contract with your employer that you have to attend a drug or alcohol rehabilitation program/classes for a period of one year to insure that you will be drug-free at the end of the program. However, for some reason, you failed to complete the one-year period agreed upon. Your question is whether you can sue the company that hired you in case it terminates your employment on the ground of breach of contract.

My answer to your question: No, you can not sue your employer because you were the one who violated the contract.

I Work For A Law Firm, Litigation Case Jack And I Work Hours, He Reported 2-3Hrs A Day More Should I Report?
Jack And I Work Together On This Case, I Have Been Coming To Work And Leaving At The Same Time And Leaving At The Same Time In The Evening. We Eat Lunch Together But Jack, Neither Of Us Work On Weekends Last Month I Noticed That Jack Has 2-3 Hrs A Day More On Than You On This Case. Considering The Aba Model Ethics Do You Think I Should Report Him? What Should I Do About This Situation? And What Options Does The Law Firm Have? I Thought We Where On This Together And We Worked Together .

I assume you are both attorneys, otherwise the ABA rules would not control.

Find the exact rule that you are relying on ; read it and think about it. Then follow your understanding; which would NOT include puffing up your hours to match his.

I want to assume that if Jack jumped off the roof , you would not follow.

One thought, could he be doing anything at home ? If you are thinking about a case, you are billing for it, we get paid to think not just write. He oculd have spent some time you don't know about. Ask him, time for some honest dialogue.

I Need Employment Eligibility Verification?
Would Someone Suggest Me Good Immigration Law Firm That Would Help Me Through The Process.

you need to fill i-9 form for that..
the form is pretty complicated and you may get rejected if it is filled improperly..
i suggest you get help from an attorney in this matter..
http://jakemanlaw.com

Difference Between Affimative And Legal Defenses?
Im Reading About Both Of These Defenses But Everything Is Hard To Understand... Can Someone Put It In Simple Terms For Me... Thanks Lol

an affirmative defense is a type of legal defense. Maybe when you're thinking of "legal" defense you're thinking of a factual defense. An affirmative defense is more like a technical defense. Someone asserting an affirmative defense is defending themselves not by saying they were not actually involved in whatever happened, but that they are not liable based on some technicality of law. In the context of a criminal case, the defendant admits he committed the crime but he had an excuse or a justification for his actions. Insanity, self-defense, and necessity are examples. Another example is to claim that the statute of limitations has run- that is a time limit set by law that says a crime has to be tried in court within ___ years of it happening or else it can never be brought to court (this is true for civil cases as well). As for civil law, there is a very long list of affirmative defenses, such as duress (the defendant was forced into signing the contract and thus should not have to honor it) or assumption of the risk (the defendant did hurt the plaintiff, but the plaintiff knew the risks of engaging in that kind of activity).

Read more about affirmative defenses here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Affirmative...

What Is The Difference Between Visitation And Joint Custody?

With Joint Custody, both the child's parents have 100% legal authority over the child. They are both able to get medical help, make school decisions, etc.

With Joint Custody, the children usually have primary residence with one parent and visit the other on an agreed schedule. Some parents with joint custody live in the same sub-division so the kids spend one week on/one week off with each parent so both parents get 50% of the time with the child. Whom the child lives with at any time can change as agreed upon by the parents.

With Sole Custody, one parent has 100% legal authority over all decisions concerning the child. This is the parent whom the child lives with exclusively.

With Sole Custody, the parent who does not have "custody" is legally entitled to visitation. There is an agreed on, or court ordered, schedule.

Visitation occurs with Joint Custody and Sole Custody but with Sole Custody only the person with custody or the court determines how much the other parent can see the child.

Lawyers And Law Students Please Help Proof Read. Is It Legal?
This Is Part Of A Contract I Am Drawing Up. Could You Please Tell Me If Its Legal And Also If I Should Add/Change Anything Thanx In Advance ≫(Section B) Terms And Conditions: Party B Agrees To Pay No Less Than $20 A Day For Rent While Residing Within Party A'S. Apartment. Each Payment Will Be Made By 11:59 On The Eve Of The Next Rental Day. Each Payment Will Be Made In Cash Directly To Party A. Upon Each Payment A Receipt Will Be Issued For The Total Amount Paid. The Total Amount Paid, Within One Month, Will Not Exceed More Than Half Of The Total Rent Due To The Apartment Complex. This Agreement Will Be In Effect From The Date Of (Friday) June 26Th, 2009 Until (Friday)July 10Th . Party B Agrees To &Quot;Move Out&Quot; (Evacuate All Of His Possessions And Himself From Party A'S Apartment) By July 11Th(12Pm). If Party B &Quot;Moves Out&Quot; Before July 11Th He Hold No Responsibility To Pay For Any Housing That Was Not Rendered By Party A To Party B. Within This Time Period Party B Agrees Not To Have Any Visitors (With The Exception Of A Witness, If He Chooses, Upon Signing And &Quot;Move Out&Quot;). Party A Agrees To Provide Housing. Party B Will Be Provided With Use Of The Kitchen, Bathroom, And A Bed.Party B Agrees To Clean After Himself And Maintain A Proper Manner While Residing In Party A'S Apartment. ≫(Section C) This Contract In No Way Implies, Consents To, Or Agrees To Ownership Of Any Kind. This Contract Is Solely Between Party A And Party B. Failure To Abide By The Terms Of This Contract By Party B Will Result In, But Not Limited To, Immediate Eviction, Removal Of All Of Party B'S Possessions, And If Needed, A Civil Suite To Recover Any Unpaid Rent Including Any Court Fees That May Occur As A Result Of Failure To Abide By The Terms And Conditions Listed In This Contract. Failure To Abide By The Terms Of This Contract By Party A Will Result In A Void Contract Releasing Party B From All Terms And Agreements Listed In This Contract. This Contract Is Non-Negotiable And Non-Transferable.

First of all, it is impossible for anyone to provide you with reliable legal advice regarding the enforceability of provisions in a contract without having the entire contract to review.

Second of all, as a practical matter you are never going to receive legal advice on the enforceability of a contract that you, as a complete layman, have decided to draw up for yourself. It would be cheaper and more efficient for a lawyer to provide you with his or her own contract based on whatever terms in layman's language that you provide.

Third, if you don't own the apartment and have a standard lease with your landlord, it is almost guaranteed that you cannot sublease any portion of the apartment without the landlord's consent which would make the sublease unenforceable.

If you don't want to pay for a lawyer I suggest you just take your chances and ask for the entire rent for the period be paid in advance, because even without having access to the entire contract I can see that what you have drafted is problematic.