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What would you do if you worked a job for ten months when it was temp but told you do not have enough ?

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My ex girlfriend wants to become a cop but we had sex when i was a minor and she was an adult?

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A friend is accusing me of stalking and harassing (?)--Q

A:  Sorry to hear about your problem.... Personally I think it''s all puffing and any lawyer of a company who hears it would probably not want to get involved in any of this personal dispute. My advice? Get involved with your other friends and let this guy do whatever he does alone. Sometimes it''s the best way to get people who ignore you to pay attention -- ignore them! But you''re probably best forgetting all about him and this nonsense about harassment and moving on with your life... good luck and happy Holidays! Thanks for the reply.... Well, I also said to people involved that no one could call someone simply sending a Christmas card "stalking", (although if he doesn''t want one, I''m not going to force it on him, but I''m talking theoretically, since...

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Is a copyright attached?

A:  "Does anyone think it has a copyright attached?" Whether or not it had a copyright when it was first published, it is in the public domain now, so you are free to do with the work what you want. "What are my chances of encountering troubles?" Who knows? Anyone can sue any else for anything. However, there are no protectable rights undeer copyright remaining for a work this old. It is possible that ther could be some rights remaining under other laws, but it is pretty unlikely. "If I publish it could someone else do the same thing or would I have a right to the work as it was first produced or would it be stronger if I added new additional material?" The only entity that can obtain a copyright is the original creator of the work. You...

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Dept of Labor waiting time penalties vs severance

A:  I'm afraid what we think isn't really relevant. If you've examined the appropriate labor codes in CA, print 'em out. That said, unless the judge/adjudicator starts talking and it seems as though he-she is leaning toward the DOL's position, you may not want to irk him-her by arguing about it vs. appealing the decision once made, which I presume you can do. No, severance pay shouldn't have anything to do with the fact that the employer refused to pay you for work done when it was supposed to do so....

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Military No-Contest, No-Fault Divorce

A:  "Where should I file for divorce?" It's up to you to decide and in this question you're seeking specific legal advice. You should talk with both VA and OK attorneys in relevant counties about particulars in terms of court schedule, etc. While the separation period is 6 months in VA and only 90 days required between filing for dissolution and when an OK *can* grant you a divorce, we can't know if it might end up a wash overall in terms of time. "Are there any differences between the two states in requirements for military personnel (i.e., percentage of retirement income & duration that goes to ex-spouse)?" Not likely. And your reference to duration as to retirement pay makes me think you think that's...

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Unemployment Compensation-Not sure what to do

A:  I thought either side had but 15 days to file an appeal--isn't the final date shown on your earlier determinate latter--did  MVP miss the date?  It could be close-- I suggest that he get a lawyer.  It is messed up, and the employer does have the burden of proof, but his chances are much better with a lawyer. Well either side if they lose has a right to a timely appeal --and apparently the employer filed in time to appeal. The confusion as to exactly who is the employer may not be a winning point on your side....I don't think it is a key factor either way. I am not up on the scope of appeals and rules in PA--hopefully PattyPa will comment--but my guess is it at this level its essentially de novo--that means a...

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Opinions Please in Ohio

A:  From what you describe it certainly sounds like this person has crossed the lines of professional ethics and boundaries. However unless your family member is a danger to themselves or someone else in the immediate sense there may be little that you can do unless you can convince them to seek help through another professional. In many states it is legal for NPs to write prescriptions and dispense medications regardless of whether the patient has insurance or not. What Ohio's law dictates I am not aware but the statement of keeping it "between us" lends that this person is doing something they shouldn't be and if they were doing a humanitarian deed of providing medication to assist your relative during a stressful financial time then they would be...

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sue for arrears

A:  She is entitled to try--but if you can show you in fact have been paying up on the arrears I suspect her credilility in court hits zero?  Me, there is something in me that says if some idiot wants to drag me to court I'll run up his or her meter as best I can and lets go to it, so long as my downside risk is very low. Yes, she CAN sue you. But that doesn't mean she will win. I see where she is going. UT small claims limit is 7500 so she figures it won't cost anything to file suit. Trouble is, the CS has already been awarded by the court which is the equivalent of a judgment. If the does file suit, you would be able to get it dismissed on the grounds that it has been previously awarded (res...

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Do I have any rights here? Massachusetts

A:  They cannot force you to sign it but they can fire you for not doing so. They do not have to pay you for time you did not work. Yes they can write you up for not using the time effectively. They can refuse to allow you to return unless you sign it. Unless there is a contract in place that guarantees that they must follow the steps before termination, they may by-pass any they feel are warranted. Thank You for the info. I have gone to work and signed the form, leaving a large input on why i feel it was an unjust write up. However i do have another question. On my write up at the bottem it states under PROCEDURES "All parties concerned are to sign the warning notice. Note: Employee signature indicates warning has been thoroughly discussed and employee has had an opportunity to present...