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Voidable Contracts First of all, it is not generally correct that "minors are unable to sign contracts". However, in many cases, minors can disaffirm contracts. (This is also called "voiding the contract, and such contracts are called 'voidable".) This means that, up until the minor becomes an adult, and for a limited time after that, the ...


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As David Siegel explains in another answer, the contract may be voidable, not invalid, and whether or not it is voidable will depend on a complicated constellation of state labor laws. These are very important considerations which you must seriously evaluate, probably in consultation with a lawyer. But you asked about copyright. In general, under US law, ...


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The main tax law is that you have to pay income taxes on your income even when you're in a foreign country. You may also be subject to income tax requirements in the foreign country, so that depends on local law and the existence of tax treaties between the US and that country (which will also involve details of the employer, employment and why you are in ...


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Defamation Defamation (also known as calumny, vilification, libel, slander, or traducement) is the oral or written communication of a false statement about another that unjustly harms their reputation and usually constitutes a tort or crime. In several countries, including South Korea, a true statement can also be considered defamation. Under common law, to ...


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"This policy" is referring to the Mozilla Community Participation Guidelines as amended (basically a Terms of Service (TOS) agreement). If so, does it mean adherence to Guidlines is fixed to version current at the moment of commencement of employment? Not really. It means that Mozilla Community Participation Guidelines are primarily guidelines ...


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Art.36, Italy's constitution: Workers have the right to a remuneration commensurate to the quantity and quality of their work and in any case such as to ensure them and their families a free and dignified existence. Maximum daily working hours are established by law. Workers have the right to a weekly rest day and paid annual holidays. They cannot waive ...


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Ideally a specific contract for the limited purpose of the interview would determine this. Such a contract could assign such "test" works to either the prospective employer or to the prospective employee, as the parties choose. In the absence of a specific written agreement (to effect a transfer of copyright, an agreement must be in writing and ...


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This will depend on several things. The first is the exact wording of your contract. Does it say Joe must not employ or engage with any employee of Widgets Inc for 12 months following the end of Joe's employment at Widgets Inc. or something like that? If so, does it define "engage with"? Assuming that those two questions are answered "yes&...


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Assuming the amount in dispute is less than £10,000 then this would be handled by the Small Claims Track of the County Court. Lightweight, low cost, and no lawyers required. You can certainly ask that they take the old underpayment into account. Normally there is a 6 year limit on claiming back money. If the underpayment happened less than 6 years ago this ...


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Yes, you should be able to elect COBRA coverage and avoid paying premiums before your 60 day waiting period is up. Under the COBRA laws you have up to 60 days to elect COBRA. See Q8 at: COBRA Q & A It says: If you are entitled to elect COBRA coverage, you must be given an election period of at least 60 days (starting on the later of the date you are ...


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