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That's me! :devilish:
If you have any copyright protection at all depends on what the product is.
The fact that your patent is about to expire is going to reduce the value to license significantly.
My response took that extra minute because I had to check the Base Period.
Did you not have a job previous to this one? Did you work anywhere 680 hours between April 18 and June 19? Was at least some of it in WA?
As far as I know the only federal laws/regulations dealing with them are the safety regulations. They class them with motorcycles. Has nothing to do with HOV lanes and how states register them.
At least as far as unemployment is concerned you want it to be a bad hire. Because that means you get UI. A bad hire doesn't mean you did anything wrong it just means things didn't work out. The...
There are steps you should take to protect yourself from being overwhelmed by the heat. https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/heatstress/
But there is no law against that temperature workplace. If there were...
80-90 is not too hot a workplace under any OSHA standard I've ever found.
Your sister needs to be asking her own questions. Whomever she asks these questions of will need the state she is a resident of.
Your wall of text was hard to read so if I missed something I apologize.
It sounds like you never really owned the car. I also can't really tell what the judge was trying to rule on.
Here's Article 6. Show me where you think it says that.
All Debts contracted and Engagements entered into, before the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be as valid against the United States...
I don't think you quite understand Article 6 but it doesn't matter. The feds consider it a motorcycle for safety laws. The Feds have little to nothing to do with how states register and regulate...
If it was then the reason our OP failed there is that Freemasonry isn't a religion.
While none of us would ever suggest you NOT call your lawyer.
You are welcome. :D
Yeah, that isn't recoverable.
I did tell you ...
You got fired and it doesn't seem like they have any misconduct to base a UI disqualification on. A bad hire is on them not you.
That was in response to asking
Like this wasn't implying an age-related issue.
Why did your business down? If it is to go to court that isn't recoverable.
Sure go file. You got fired and it doesn't seem like they have any misconduct to base a UI disqualification on. A bad hire is on them not you.
Nowhere in your post do you mention what you or the others want to sue her for.
Since you described yourself in at the beginning of your post as "Senior Technologist" I don't see why you would leap to the assumption when the manager used the terms, Senior and Junior you would...
I save employees this silliness. Above the employee signature line on the discipline forms, I create there are two boxes that can be checked. One says they agree one says they don't. And very clearly...
If the OP did or does the OP will need to list the employer he last left as his last employer.
Sound to me like a really good case for a protection order.
Barring some contract that says otherwise it is legal. "Fired" is not a legal term. You are either voluntarily terminated (quit) or involuntarily terminated (fired).
If you have already started...