Re: Legal Advice Needed- Employment/Contractual Law
Originally Posted by RedsBaron
First, I agree with Chili--you and your wife should consult with a lawyer licensed to practice in South Dakota.
Second, I agree with George Foster and his dad. If this was a West Virginia matter, and Company A came to me, wanting to retain me to file suit against your wife, I would respond by saying: "Are you crazy? Not only do you not have a case, file this suit and she may successfully counterclaim against you!" (I would probably be more diplomatic than that, but I sure wouldn't take the case based upon the set of facts you have presented.)
Again, I defer to the advice of a South Dakota lawyer---and this e-mail does not constitute the establishment of an attorney-client relationship---but based upon your representation of the facts, I expect that a SD lawyer will tell Company A to go pound sand.
Thanks very much for your input, RB. Knowing that our communications here do not establish an attorney-client relationship, and also knowing that your opinion does not represent legal advice relating directly to my wife's situation, what kind of counterclaim might a resident of WV be able to file?
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