Where can you find records of a lawsuit filed against an organization?
search court dockets in the county and state in which the suit was filed, circuit or district court
The court where the lawsuit is filed must have jurisdiction. One of the persons in the lawsuit must either reside there, or the cause of the lawsuit had to occur there. Read More
What was the outcome of the lawsuit Porter Wagoner filed against Dolly Parton and the subsequent counter suits?
Wagoner filed a lawsuit against Parton in 1979; the case was settled out of court. Only Parton and Wagoner know the details Read More
The Plaintiff may withdraw the lawsuit, however, since the defendants have filed their counter claim, the suit will continue (now) against the plaintiff. Read More
If you are filing the civil lawsuit against another party, you are filing a complaint. Read More
Of course it can. Read More
May 4, 2009 Records show that Carmax filed a lawsuit against Drivetime in Sherman Texas under the RICO act in April of this year. Carmax has gone as far as to fire a number of it's own employees because of this action. Read More
The word lawsuit is a noun. Example, Mary Jefferson filed a lawsuit against Medical Center East in the Circuit Court of Legal County, Alabama. Read More
Can a lawsuit be filed against the veterans administration hospital if disabled from surgery and improper care?
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pleadings filed by a defendant in a lawsuit is called written statement. Read More
You will be formally "served" with papers stating that a lawsuit has been brought out against you. You must be present when the papers come or it will not be validated. A signature is required. Read More
Tesla Motors filed a lawsuit against Fisker Automotive because it appeared that Fisker had obtain confidential design information on Tesla's upcoming luxury sedan model during a consulting engagement. Tesla filed a trade secrets case. Read More
Lawsuit has to be filed within 2 years from the date of the accident/ incident. Read More
Olsen filed a lawsuit against the National Enquirer and its publisher, American Media Inc. She is suing for libel and false light invasion of privacy. Read More
Visit your local land records office and the staff will assist you. Any liens against you and your real property must be filed there. Read More
It is a lawsuit filed on the behalf of someone who has developed mesothelioma through exposure to abestos. It can also be filed by the deceased's estate. Read More
He considered the apprehension of his property to be unconstitutional and filed a lawsuit against the State of Ohio. Read More
The only option for stopping a lawsuit and/or obtaining relief of judgments is filing bankruptcy. Otherwise, once a creditor has filed a lawsuit against you and you receive notice of the hearing, or recovered a judgment against you, you cannot stop the process. Read More
Can a lawsuit be filed against the US Air Force for disclosure of non judicial punishment information to civilian sources?
Yes, you can file a lawsuit against the US Air Force. It would be best to seek an attorney or mediator who is skilled at handling these types of lawsuits. Read More
The judge who filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against his local cleaners for damaging his pants. He ends up losing his judgeship over the lawsuit and is now suing to get his job back. Very bizarre. Check out the related link. Read More
Technically, yes, except your lawsuit is actually going to be filed against the minor's guardian, who is responsible for the minor's actions. Read More
The complaint is the original document filed to create a lawsuit. Once the complaint is filed, it is served on the defendant, and the lawsuit has begun. Read More
It means that the actions necessary to file a lawsuit have been started, but the lawsuit has not been filed as of yet. Read More
The person the lien is against is still obliged to make the payments. If they fail, a lawsuit can be filed. Read More
Yes, filing for bankruptcy does not protect you against law suits . It protects you on the payment part. Any way, after every body learns that you filed for bankruptcy, they won't lose their time - and money - to sue you, because they know you are unable to pay . Read More
A lis pendens will remain against the property which it was filed against until the lawsuit which the lis pendens warned of has concluded. At that time, the lis pendens will no longer encumber the property. Read More
The general answer to this question is no. Unless, the person for filing bankruptcy has not completely paid the bankruptcy fees to their attorney. However, the attorney can usually keep garnishments from happening in that lawsuit if you can prove that you are filing for banruptcy. Read More
my landlord files too many lawsuits in retailiation against person(s) that have filed HUD complaints against it company. Is there a law against how many claims a company can bring to court, especially if they are fraudalent claims? Read More
Your assets are not frozen as soon as a lawsuit is filed. However, the summons you are served will advise no to use the disputed assets until the case is over. Read More
You'd have to ask the specifically, but typically actions like this are held until the completion of the criminal investigation. Read More
"A person who acts as his own attorney has a fool for a client." This is an old saying. A notice of lis pendens means that somebody has filed, or is about to file, a lawsuit that will affect your property, and unless you want to defend yourself, yes you should. Now it is always "possible" that the notice was filed erroneously, meaning it was supposed to be against some other property but by some… Read More
A lawsuit commenced against a person can continue against his estate after his death. The attorney for the plaintiff's estate should have filed a notice in your father's estate that there is a claim against the estate. Read More
my wife was Harassed at office. We have filed a lawsuit. Read More
No. They aren't. Read More
A civil complaint refers to a legal document that begins a lawsuit. This is filed by the plaintiff and states the relevant facts and legal theories to support the claim against the defendant. Read More
If you are talking about the lawsuit filed by Don Felder (and the subsequent counter-suit filed by Don Henley and Glenn Frey) then yes...this has been settled out of court. The details of the settlement are not public. Read More
When a defendant lives out of the state where the lawsuit was filed can he still be deposed in the state where the suit was filed or in his hom state?
If you have appeared in that lawsuit by an attorney then you must appear for a deposition. As an example if you live in New Jersey and you had an accident in New York and a lawsuit was filed in New York and your lawyer has appeared for you in New York then you must appear for a deposition. If you have not appeared in the lawsuit then you do not have to appear for… Read More
Under Georgia law, an Answer to a lawsuit should respond count by count to the allegations in the Complaint. Proper responses are to admit, deny or state that you do not have enough information to respond to the allegation. The answer should be filed with the clerk of court and a copy of the answer should be mailed to the attorney or person who filed the lawsuit. Read More
The lis pendens is usually filed at the beginning of the foreclosure lawsuit. If you don't answer the foreclosure complaint, a default judgment will be entered against you, and foreclosure will take place in about 90 days. If you answer the lawsuit, the foreclosure can take a year or more to occur. Read More
US states have differing laws concerning the manner and the court in which civil suits should be filed. The best option is to contact the office of the clerk of the court in the county in which the lawsuit is to be filed, or in some cases the necessary information will be on the website of the state where the suit is to be filed. Read More
In the state of Georgia how long does it take after a credit card lawsuit is filed against you before you are taken to court?
In the majority of US states the average time is 15 months from the filing date. Read More
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