I am curious as to the statue of limitations involving a
I am curious as to the statue of limitations involving a former company employee who misappropriated over possibly a million plus dollars.JA: Because laws vary from state to state, could you tell me what state is this in?Customer: NCJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: Several attorneys ,trustees etc were made aware of this several years back, I assumed after the company filed bankruptcy mostly because of ignorance, someone would have pursued this with the overwhelming amount of evidenceJA: What state are you in? And has anything been officially filed?Customer: North Carolina, No. I tried to seek some advice from the local authorities, however no one seemed to have the manpower and truthfully I was afraid to pursue as this person lives in my neighborhood.JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: I wouldn't even know where to begin, Its literally something you see on American greed ,
Law Educator, Esq ONLY since I already have the issue of the
Law Educator, Esq ONLYGood day,since I already have the issue of the plaintiff's violation of the Fraud Tort, any need for me to have issue of violation of the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act as an issue on the brief? (The Regular)
I left my automobile with a Saab repair station in March or
I left my automobile with a Saab repair station in March or April of this year. I had a problem with an intermitent inability to start my car, and other repair shops said I must go to a Saab repair station (chevrolet/GM/Saab dealer automechanic). The problem has moved to a hard error. They replaced my inginition switch and now they cannot even start the car. I have given them room to repair it and they did not want to create a crazy bill for me in the diagnosis but now it is not working at all. I want to know what I can do. I want it repaired for free or money for the time I have not had a car, plus the value of the car.
I am responding to a complaint issued against me. It is a
Hello, I am responding to a complaint issued against me. It is a civil case, in which the Plaintiff is demanding $221,000.I want to assert unjust enrichment, as to my mind the appropriate sum is closer to $170,000. But I fear it would be unwise to state that, as naturally, I would prefer to win this case and not pay anything. I don't want to lose the opportunity for the defense, but don't want to risk and "admittance" of even such a high sum. Any recommendations?
I am responding to a set of form interrogatories. I am on
I am responding to a set of form interrogatories. I am on the section in which I am being asked to list any denials and affirmative defenses. I am doing so by paragraph (referencing the original complaint). Many of these allegations are very repetitious. Do I need to assert a denial for every time they say the same thing? For example, there are 6 causes of action. At the end of each cause they state that they are owed $221,000.00. Do I need to deny that and assert Unjust Enrichment for each time it is said, or will once suffice?
I am responding to a set of Form Interrogatories, and
Hello,I am responding to a set of Form Interrogatories, and answering question 15.1, in which I am being asked to list denials of allegations and any affirmative defenses.When I do this, do I respond to the allegations made in the part of of the complaint titled "Defendants Breach of Contract", or do I respond to the "Causes of Action"
I need help understanding "Res Judicata/Collateral
I need help understanding "Res Judicata/Collateral Estoppel".I am involved in a civil case in which I am being sued for breach of a franchise contract. The plaintiff has thus far only demanded a monetary judgement of $220K. But, has made it know to me that they intend and expect to take possession of my business.In a previous case, in which a very large numbers of franchisee's withdrew from the company, as I have, only a monetary judgement was passed. Would the Res Judicata/Collateral Estoppel prevent something like a cease and desist from being issued?
I am told the statute of limitations on using Mistake as an
Hi, I am told the statute of limitations on using Mistake as an affirmative defense to breach of contract is 3 years. Is this true and can you cite an authority for this? Thank you!JA: Because laws vary from state to state, could you tell me what state is this in?Customer: AZJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: Only hereJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: noJA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Corporate Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.