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FYI The case in WA is based on the fact that I was a EMPLOYEE. She won few cases on the same merit and FWRD me a case in FL that did the same. Mc Laughlin v Stineco No.86-573-CIV-ORL-19. Did not have opportunity to present in court. They refer to me as contractor. (we will adress this in another Q
Plaintiff granted extra time 27/7/13. Response "that would be fine, have good trip" I asked in legal format - Response "The extension you request below is hereby granted"
Hello. Another expert here. Your case doesn't hinge on whether you were an employee or an independent contractor. You have a claim for breach of contract and it doesn't matter which one you are. You have at least $1,000 coming and more, if the show resulted in sales. It is best to have this kind of agreement in writing, but your verbal testimony, and if they admit you did go to NO with them and help at the show should win your case.
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