Can you sue yahoo if they discriminate against someone?
Yes, discrimination is against the law.
You need to sue them in court and win.
After the completion of the criminal action agasinst them, you can.
You can certainly sue them for slander.
If I've understood the sentence right... no, you cannot continually bring the same suit against someone simply because you didn't like the previous results.
"Threats" are a criminal offense. You cannot sue someone in civil court for a criminal offense. You would have to find some parallel civil offense with which you could bring suit against them.
Sue for damages and seek an injunction against further disclosure.
If the accusations cause you physicl or monetary damages you sue them
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sue (if you are suing someone) Sue (if it's a name)
can you sue someone over 18 for assaulting a minor
You have to be 18 to legally sue someone but if your parents do it for you that would be legal
How do you sue a company who did an employment verification with your current employer without your consent?
Not sure you can. It is not against the law to ask someone if so-and-so works there. It is one of the risks one takes when looking for employment while still working. And to sue someone, you have to show damages.
Anyone with legal standing and a legal claim against you can sue you.
if they are dumb enough to tell you their real name sue sue sue sue sue sue
Sure, you can sue someone for just about anything. The question is, should you sue them? Were you injured? Was it an accident or was it malicious? If you feel you need to sue then contact a lawyer.
It's almost impossible to sue Travelers because of the Binding Arbitration Agreement employees are forced to sign or be fired. I hope someone does, because they need to be stopped! I will be watching for someone to sue...I check the internet regularly.
what is the minimum amount you can sue someone at a federal level
Yes you can sue soneone who has no money.
That is the correct spelling of the verb sue (to bring a lawsuit, or to appeal).
Depending on your jurisdiction, the statute of limitations to file a civil suit against someone may have passed.
I think you can sue someone if they break the law in their country.
You can sue their estate if you have grounds and you do it soon enough.
The generally answer is, yes, you can sue or file a lawsuit against anybody for any reason. You will only win (generally speaking) if you can prove it was a false arrest.
No. How can you sue someone if you're dead? Your heirs could file a wrongful death lawsuit.
That would depend on why or how they got hurt. If someone has a heart attack, they have no reason to sue you. If they tripped over a crack in your sidewalk, yes they can sue.
Some would sue someone else if there was a wrong or harm done to them and they wanted to get back their damages in some form. For example, if someone smashed a man's car, he might sue them for the money needed to repair his car.
Can you counter sue someone for loss of wages mileage and stress for having to go to court if the judge finds they have no case against you?
You can sue someone for anything, but it doesn't mean you will win. It is up to the judge, and depends greatly on the state you are in. If you had any legal expenses, you can, and you also can for false accusations and libel in most states.
u sue them, what else?
Don't sue it's not nice
You can sue anyone for anything.
Sue For what marrying you?
I assume you are stating "selling" you fake insurance. If so, the answer is yes you can and should sue them for selling you fake insurance. The State Department of Insurance will also probably pursue criminal charges against them as well.
You need to sue them in court and win. The court will issue a judgment lien that can be recorded in the land records against their home.
Yes. But the suit would be for discrimination against the tenant who is handicapped, not for discrimination against the handicap. The justification for most suits for discrimination against people with handicaps is the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which is explained at http://www.jan.wvu.edu/links/adalinks.htm
If it will make you feel better, you can sue anybody for anything. At least one person brought suit against God. If the person you want to sue owned the horse and put the animal down by humane means, that you were outraged will likely be insufficient to convince a judge to find against that person. You need to show how you were damaged in order to stand a chance of prevailing. that and you… Read More
you can sue anyone anywhere. But, you will have to prove wrong doing of that person
sue? someone would go to jail for attempted murder.
yes a jewelry company can sue someone with good cause.
My son has been assaulted at school can he sue the boy who attacked him
If you have not been harmed, you cannot sue.
YES! If you invested money/paid for it... you can sue. Go for it
Generally speaking, no. However, if you falsely report somebody in a way that causes them to get injured or lose a job, for example, they could sue you.
Generally, you cannot sue an individual or entity who has sued you for no reason. However, if the other party has sued you for absolutely no reason, than you would have a potential case against them for malicious prosecution, or perhaps fraud. Therefore, you could potentially bring a counter-claim against that party under the same suit.
If you wish to file a lawsuit against someone who is suing you, you can submit a countersuit as a part of your reply to their original filing. In this manner the two issues -- yours and theirs -- will be judged as elements of a single trial.
Yes, they can. For a credit card company to actually SUE someone is pretty serious. If you're talking about collecting on a debt owed, they can certainly get a judgement against you. If they win a judgement against you, they can collect the debt when you become employed or even have your salary garnished. At least in the U.S., anybody can sue anyone for just about anything. Whether or not that law suit is justified… Read More
You can sue them if the pictures are copyrighted. You can also sue them is the pictures and defaming you (such as nude pictures).
NO, YOU CANNOT SUE THEM....BUT THEY CERTAINLY CAN SUE YOU..YOUR PROPERTY MUST BE KEPT IN ORDER, SO NO ONE IS HURT. IF THEY ARE HURT ON YOUR PROPERTY THAT HAS NOT BEEN MAINTAINED, THEY CAN SUE YOU...
Depends on a few things. How badly were you injured, were there credible witnesses that can testify in your favor, etc. But you can sue someone for assault yes.
Yes. You can sue as long as you have a valid complaint against the executor.
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 forbid the discrimination due to race and gender. The EEOC was also established at this time making it unlawful to discriminate based on sex, race, national origin, religion and sexual orientation. The Civil Rights Act of 1991 opened the door for an individual to sue for damages if the employer did in fact discriminate against someone based on those reasons listed. Title VII also made it illegal for employers… Read More