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Service bond

A:  Thanks Rajeev for your referral Frankly, having received training and having paid the amount it may not be easy for you to recover the amount from the employer as you will have to file a recovery suit which will run for a number of years. Furthermore, unless the bond envisages or expressly provides for proportionate payment, the employer would have a right to recover full amount even for a day short. Also i am not sure whether while paying you have done it under protest to keep your right to further agitate alive Considering all the above, it would not be easy for you to recover amount from your employer and hence suggest you may consult a local lawyer of repute with full backpapers to carefully weigh pros and cons of such action Trust, you find this...

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Service bond

A:  Thanks Rajeev for your rereferral Your Company"s admittance in any form to accept part amount (despite the bond being silent on it) may assist you to an extent to determine which one needs to see the exact language of it My rest of the advice remains same. i am afraid, at the cost of becoming unpopular i would not suggest you to file a recovery suit on the employer unless you consult a reputed lawyer and such lawyer advises after perusing all the backpapers of your having a winnable case. This advice since fighting a loosing battle will be a drain on your resources; time , money and emotions. Hence take a decision after a careful consideration Trust, you find this useful In the end, my gut feel as a true counsel is you should just forget about the past...

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PCT and priority date

A:  I think you may find it difficult to file a PCT since the time limit is over with respect to the Indian provisional. You could have abondoned the Indian provisional and complete before publication and claimed the prioriy of the US provisional of Nov 2003 for the PCT filing. But this also seems difficult since the US provisional is derived from the Indian Provisional of June 2003. since the first filing is considered as the priority document, the Indian provisional will be priority for the PCT. But you can check out and find out if something can be worked around the priority claim of the Indian provisional for the US provisional. In case it is possible to abondon the Indian application and consider only the US provisional as the priority document (which is...

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Notice of Opposition

A:  I would seriously not recommend you attempt such a filing without benefit of an attorney.  You run the risk of losing your ability and time to oppose if you file incorrectly.  The TTAB is a mine field and litigation is not a non-practitioner''s game. An Extension to Oppose may be filed requesting a 30-day extension to do some fact finding, and in your case, locate an attorney, without attaching a document.  That can be done at http://estta.uspto.gov/ but again, this is a VERY difficult thing to do correctly without counsel.   If your business is in peril, then do not be penny-wise and pound foolish and go it alone.  Just a word to the wise. Thanks for the info. Extension has already been done. Was looking at wrong...

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Motion for Modification of Custody/Visitation

A:  Hi, Sounds like you are having problems, but I'm not sure they are all yours. There are sometimes lots of problems caused by open-ended comments regarding visitation - words like "agreeable to the parties" ususally mean only what is agreeable to the custodial parent. Same thing in your situation, with your "open and generous." I don't believe you will necessarily need a change of circumstances in order to file a modification of the visitation Order. The simple fact is that "open and generous" is not working for you, and you are being denied routine visits, not to mention the threats to go along with this. And speaking of threats, I can't imagine that he would really be able to change the visitation you have now, without...

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Employer going bankrupt, owes me past commission

A:  We can't know whether you have a chance of seeing the money. I would take his claims with a grain of salt, however, and file suit against him. I don't see how you file a lien against property when you weren't a subcontractor-contractor. If he files bankruptcy, then employee-related claims (make sure you regularly check with applicable bankruptcy court for filings) should be somewhere near the top of the list, ahead of unsecured creditors. Meanwhile, see if the IL dept. of labor folks can help....

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Is failure to diagnose sagittal synostosis grounds for a medical malpractice lawsuit?

A:  If it were me, I would let it go. Your son will receive the proper medical treatment he needs to correct this. You are fortunate that you had the knowledge to see it and get a second opinion. Nothing positive can be gained by bringing suit against another, for any reason. Peace and Blessings Well,it is certainly an ommision. I understand the laws and issues surrounding the law here as you know, I am a qualified medical proffesional. I would certainly look for grounds of negligence as he did not seem to offer a full assessment of the health of the child. I suppose a successful claim would look into the possibler harm this negligence could have caused if you were not such a well informed parent. Thye man has what is called a duty of care to his patients and also is accountable to the...

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How do I start a civil suit against a family member

A:  You can file a restraining order. That would prevent her from coming near you or your home. If it's your home, simply say, "No, you cannot move in." It's not up to her....

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Please help. I donā??t know what to do.?

A:  How much money were you hoping to get from suing this financial institution? It sounds like you have paid way too much money already. The lawyers have taken advantage of you. It is kind of hard to answer that with not knowing what the lawsuit is about, and I really with I was your lawyer forking over money like that. dori In regards to lawyer in NC he isn''t charging you $4,000.00 for a 3 hour call he is charging you for that and all research and reading of your papers you sent him. Lawyers charge for the time it takes them to do anything related to your case. I wouldnt pay anything until you looked at itemized bill to see what he did. You could also call the Bar association if you wanted to and the worst that could happen is that they tell...

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file lawsuit or Complaint? Grocery Chain Security Bullied in California

A:  If your reputation or standing were damaged, sure, you would have a lawsuit - but I don''t see any damages here. Inconvenience and embarrassment are, unfortunately, not actionable unless they are excessive. Whatever you are going to do you need an Attorney so call one and see what he/she says. Of course I''d stay out of the store for the rest of my life. (The checking receipts is happening all over - in my area it''s random and then they check your purchases against the receipt. I''ve only seen the electronic wheel locks once and not to the extent you have explained. Always check your receipt at the register before you move out of line. I always check my receipt and have found errors and have them immediately corrected. The part with the locking wheels on...