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Does my case answer all the questions? I would say so but after this court, I have zero trust in justice.
He was a salesperson on the first work we did which is kitchen remodeling for the customer. She wanted to remodel her 2 bathrooms and signed a contract with us but requested to postpone the start day for 6 months. Meanwhile the salesperson left the company for competition company in his Father-In-Law ownership. He re-wrote the contract under the new company and did the work with our workers and subcontractors that is how we knew about the work.
What is beyond my understanding is why the commissioner decided that this is legal to do something like that. This salesperson stole other projects but with this one we had a signed contract while with others we did not so we were absolutely sure that we will win the case.
it's not about the claimed $5000.00 but about pride and fear so they will not do it in the future. I guess mr. Commissioner did not think that any wrongdoing was done. The commissioner did not even listen to the case.
How can we appeal? Would you consider taking this case or rather agree with the commissioner? this is beyond my understanding.
Does my case answer all the questions? I would say so but after this court I have zero trust in justice!
He was a salesperson on the first work we did which is kitchen remodeling for the customer. She wanted to remodel her 2 bathrooms and signed a contract with us but requested to postpone the start day for 6 months. Meanwhile the salesperson left the company for Competition Company in his Father-In-Law ownership. He re-wrote the contract under the new company and did the work with our workers and subcontractors that is how we knew about the work.
But is says that if I am plaintiff, I cannot appeal the decision and it is final. How can I file an appeal?
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