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Racial Discrimination Lawyer?
What Is The Title For The Kind Of Lawer I Would Need For A Racial Discrimination In The Workplace Suit? Also, Where Is A Good Place To Look For Representation On An Easy Open/Shut Case Without Having Much Money Up Front? I Am In Dallas,Tx.
If your employer is responsible for the racial discrimination or if your employer refuses to protect you against racial discrimination of co-workers, you probably should speak to an employment attorney in your area.
That attorney may file a complaint with the EEOC (www.eeoc.gov) and with your state's human rights dept. The complaint is investigated and the eeoc attempts to get a settlement between you and the employer. The negatives are that the eeoc cannot force a settlement, the investigation may take close to a year, and employers who are reported to the EEOC are usually not pleased with the employees who reported them. If the employee is terminated then the only recourse is to add a charge of "retaliation" to the complaint.
If the EEOC cannot resolve this, then the employee can take this into Federal District court. The cost is usually somewhere between $5,000 to $15,000. This type of case requires a ton of work upfront, so the majority of attorneys want a retainer. We all want to get paid for our work.
There are very very very few "easy open/shut" employment cases -- have never seen one. The employer ALWAYS has reasons for things, documents that implicate the employee, and evidence that shows the employer in the best light.
You can go to you local bar assocation or the American Bar Association for a referral of an employment attorney. As a word of advice, telling the attorney how 'easy & open/shut' the case is when you have no legal background is insulting. Telling that same attorney that you do not want to pay much for his/her work is double insulting. If you really want an attorney to handle your case, let the attorney review the case and tell you how easy and how much.
Child Support, What Would You Do/ Recommend? And Why? (Legal Advice And Divorced Mothers)?
If The Mother Has Full Custody, And The Father Is Out Of The Country, Remarried, Working A Good Job (Building Engineer), And Obviously Doing Very Well Financially (Has Brand New Car, Is Buying A House, Father Is Us Citizens And The Country Is Not One Of The Countries Who Have A Child Support Enforcement Agreement) . The Father Has Verbally Agreed To Pay $200 A Month (But Actually Pays Whenever He Feels Like It, Not On A Monthly Basis).
*For A Country Which Does Not Have A Child Support Enforcement Agreement, The Consequence For The Father Would Be The Revocation Of His Us Passport If And When He Tries To Re-Enter The Country, And After The Owed Amount Is $5000 Or More. The Information About The Father's Earnings Is Not Available, But Can Be Obtained.
Choice A: Not File Child Support And Receive The $200 (Whenever).
Choice B: File For A Child Support And Wait Until The Father Comes Back To The Country To Get The $5000 Or More.
I Am Trying To Find Out More Information About Child Support And International Law. Whichever Insight You Can Offer Regarding That Is Very Helpful. Please Back Up Your Answer If You Can (Web Links, Reasoning For It, Etc). Thanks.
You need an attorney. If money is a problem, contact you local soical service agency, they will have numbers for legal aide. Legal aide is usually on a sliding scale depending on how much you earn, it even can be free if you qualify. Your local courthouse will have information on legal assistance as well. In the meantime, continue to accept the $200, Dont let him no anything you are doing cause believe me if you do that on again off again money will stop. Of, course once this gets to the point where he needs to appear in court he will know then, but until then keep you lips zipped, and dont talk about this in front of your kids either, cause they are tape recorders.
You need to be on your game with this situation.
Hope this help.
What Type Of Lawyer/Attorney Goes To Court?
I Hear Corporate Lawyers Hardly Go To Court. What Do They Do?
What Are The Differences From Corporate, Commercial, And Criminal Lawyer? Are There Any Other Types Of Lawyers?
It depends on where you are. In some countries lawyers are split into two groups - Barristers and Solicitors.
Barristers are those who do trial work, such as criminal, family, and civil. Criminal trials are those where the Crown (or the State) is prosecuting a person for a crime and the lawyers involved can be representing the Crown (or the State) or the accused. Family law lawyers represent people in family disputes such as divorce or guardianship matters. Civil matters are those where persons or companies are suing each other.
Solicitors are those lawyers who do their work in their offices. These are the corporate/commercial lawyers, tax lawyers, real estate lawyers and the like. They do things like contracts where they do not need to go to court and argue before a judge.
Are Lyrics Websites Legal ?
I Am About To Open A Lyrics Website But I Have Been Asked If This Business Is Legal Or Not ?? I Coun'T Answer ... I Don'T Know??
If Its Not Legal?
How Could Metrolyrics And Others Get Away With It?
And What Is The Worst Thing That Might Happen To Me If I Opened The Site Any Way?
I Am About To Open A Serious Business Out Of This Website. My Budget Is Big Enough To Boost The Site Up To Be One In The Top 10 In The Field :D
Publishing lyrics which are not in the public domain without the express permission of the copyright holder or an authorized licensor of the copyright constitutes copyright infringment. Metrolyrics in all likelihood has such permission. In theory, it should not be too difficult to obtain such permission if your website is set up in a similar manner to Metrolyrics.
Sites like Metrolyrics provide a form of free advertising for the songs, explicitly encourage visitors to support the music industry through legal downloading of songs in mp3 format at paysites, and offer links to other websites that support the music industry. It is therefore in the interest of the music industry to provide favorable terms for allowing the publication of lyrics on the website.
Some site operators may be operating without permission and do so at their own risk. For some of these sites, the owners are located in countries where the RIAA does not have a strong presence or legal influence. For others it may simply be that the copyright owners have not gotten around to taking any action against them, or the copyright holders may not even be interested if the sites themselves do not appear to be profitable (especially given the free advertising angle and the possibility of a fair use defense if the site is not set up for profit). If you are not operating from one of these countries, and your website is operating under a business plan to generate profit, the longer you are in operation, and the more established and profitable you become, the more likely it is that you will be at risk of being shut down and/or subject to substantial money judgment rewards in favor of the copyright holders.
If your budget is substantial, it might be prudent to allocate some of that budget to retain a copyright lawyer to discuss the possibility and the timing for negotiating permission from copyright holders as part of your business plan.
Irrevocable Trust ?'S?
In An Irrevocable Trust, Does The Trustee Have Access To The Assets Before Date Of Release Of Assets? For Example, There Is An Irrevocable Trust Set Up For Me From My Father. My Mother ( Who Is Divorced From Dad), Is The Trustee. I'M Not Sure When The Assets Are To Be Turned Over To Me. Does Mom (Trustee) Have Rights To Access The Trust?
Trusts can be customized to meet the specifics of the situation (wants and desires of the person setting it up -- your father in this case) even when they follow standard formats. There is no single answer to your question. You would have to look at the trust documents.
Speaking generically, trusts for minors are often set up to "expire" at ages of "majority" that are basically societal norms (18,19,21, or 25) but they can go on longer if the money is significant and/or the grantor (your father) thinks the beneficiary (you) might not be good with money at a standard age. For example, a trust might say "at age 25 if the beneficiary is married and has a 4 year degree, age 30 otherwise." Since it is unlikely that you have a trust worth big money ($1 million or more), I would guess yours is age 21.
Yes, the trustee is generally granted broad authority to use the money for the benefit of the beneficiary. This is particularly true of smaller trusts (under $100,000) and those entrusted to someone who will put their needs behind that of the beneficiary (mothers would fit into this category). The assumption in this case (and I would bet in yours) is that money is suppose to be "gone" by the time you turn 21 or 25. It is there to raise and care for you as a child (as if your father was paying child support) and if there is anything left over it is used to put you through college.
I Have Been So Slandered By A Person Who Is Jealous Of Me?
This In Turn Is Preventing Me From Having A Job And Has Ruined My Life Slowly Im Desperate To Have This Issue Resloved Or Seek Legal Advice Help????
seek legal advice, but also is this other person really capable of doing such damage to you?... have they managed to ruin your record or credit, or some public documantation that employers have access to regarding your life? because truly these are really the most damaging, unless they managed to print an article or something about you in a major publication,... if so, then they have indeed defamed you. if not, then it's just gossipy hear-say, and this person is a hater and just let it go... or check to see if they have any dirt on them.. and use this in court if you can to show character profile of the person....