^^^^What Shadowbunny said.
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^^^^What Shadowbunny said.
No and no.
If it is his opinion that you paid for good reviews, he's allowed to say that. No, Google will not remove it.
Just because you don't know of a customer with the name on the review...
Gonna take the advice I gave budwad, myself here.
*fetches popcorn nonetheless
You don't get to take a case to either Federal or the Supreme court just by deciding to do so.
How do you know he was never a customer? How do you know what his opinion was?
Harvey, honey, go to your dictionary and look up the word, Appeal.
So...the law should limit what people are allowed to say and what opinions they are allowed to express? Should you be limited in what you're allowed to say about the person who left those reviews?
Bud, kudos for trying to help but really, don't waste your time. He's not going to pay attention to anything you say.
First, you contact your state Bar Association, your local Legal Aide, and any law schools in your area for a list of referrals.
Then, you pick up the phone and you start dialing.
No, I am talking to an arrogant know-it-all who's going to lose in court because he thinks he knows more than he does and is going to louse the whole thing up because he won't take professional...
So, you'll take legal advise from anonymous strangers on an internet forum who don't know the local court system and have no access to the necessary documents and who might be anyone at all, but you...
Okay, now that raises an issue. Of the 17 days, how many of them were for the illness/injury that there was FMLA paperwork for?
As long as you have, I operate on the theory that you should always appeal. If you do appeal, you may or may not prevail. If you don't appeal, you definitely won't.
Now, let me ask you what may or...
Have you been medically cleared to return to work?
Aw, aren't you cute.
So, Guybrush, the law is required to use your interpretation? There's no question but that your interpretation is the right one and no one gets to tell you otherwise? Is that how it works?
Sorry, the EL crystal ball is out being cleaned; the Magic 8 ball is broken and Madame Zuleika is on vacation (again). We have no way of saying for certain one way or the other. However, the fact...
Why does it matter whether it's redundant or not? You can be charged with everything the DA thinks he can make stick and maybe even a few things he knows he can't make stick, just to have something...
Neither. Just responding to what he stated - that he would risk injuring a child as long as the law did not obligate him to stop.
And your rights are more important that people's lives. I get it.
In other words, if the law doesn't obligate you to stop, you're willing to risk hitting a child to avoid a short wait.
Please do not resurrect three year old threads. If you want a discussion, please start your own thread.
What MEDICAL evidence do you have that your condition would be significantly better if your surgery had been performed a day sooner? How many doctors have told you that would be the case?
Post history is enlightening