We pulled our son out of a soccer team for the winter season (mid November - mid January). We did not sign a contract for the winter season though the coach is showing us a contract signed September 22nd for the fall season saying that it was for the winer season. The contract is vague and could be used for all seasons. Copy available. We attended 2 practices and one soccer game during that period (end of November and beginning of December) The coach was unprofessional(i.e. peeing publicly in the bushes during soccer games) and we stopped bringing him. We officially let him know by text on the 31st of December. He now sent us an email with a law firm cced in the email (http://www.englishpllc.com) that we owe him money. We gave him 2 checks - one for 150$ which he cashed and one for 240$ which we cancelled after the game our son attended at the beginning of December. We want to know if this guy has a case with us and we should just ignore him. Thank you for your help. below copies of our emails so far. ....................................... Attached is your invoice for Winter Indoor 2014 - Stefan. Please pay by April 15th or further action will be taken. Thank you! In the invoice he is mentioning winter indoor league fee - 100$ indoor rental Nov./Dec. - 70$ coaching Nov-Jan - 300$ hoodie (never picked up) - 30$ Our reply below Coach, As you know, X did not participate for the entire indoor season and did not receive many of the items and services you list here on your invoice. You did however receive full payment for the time that he did participate - 3 practices and 1 game ($150 check #2045). The remaining payment was cancelled once he was pulled from your program ($240 check #2050). All of which was communicated to you and discussed at that time. Please let us know if you have any questions within the next 24 hours, otherwise we will consider this item clarified and complete. Sincerely, ***** ***** last reply below The Winter indoor season began in November and ended in January. Only 10 players out of 23 were selected to play indoor in order to maximize playing time and overall growth. Quitting in mid-season does not exclude anyone from paying their agreed upon fees [see attached GRS Dues Agreement] which was signed by you. Indoor fees divided amongst the 10 players as described in the invoice sent in the previous email. You paid $138 [-$12 stop payment fee] which barely covers the indoor league registration. Games began on December 6th, 13th, 20th and 2 of those weeks were double headers. Not making games and training is not the responsibility of the team. The fees are correct and the due date remains the same, April 15th. Thank you, ..................................
, my name is ***** ***** live in the state of virginia. i am enquiring on some guidelines made area of newport news virginia concerning the abc laws go bars, (dancer attire). recently an abc agent came into our establishment and issued a ticket to go in front general district court. i was to assume they had the right attire. so, my question is, what exactly are the guide lines regulations and were there any cases found in the area with successful outcomes. ( i heard there may be one finding of the guidlines that matched our attire in supreme court.) also, what is the best way to fight this charge?
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