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Question: I entered into a contract with X to provide accounting services to me each month. For the last 4 months X has failed to provide most of these services to me. What options do I have?
The first step is to review the contract you entered into with X to determine the terms and conditions of the agreement. Specifically, you should review the language regarding the services X was to provide to you each month, the timeline for when these services should be provided, and the remedies available if X fails to provide the services.
If the contract does not contain any specific language regarding remedies in the event of a breach, then you should look to the laws of California to determine the remedies available to you. The California Civil Code provides that if a party fails to perform a contract, the other party may be entitled to damages, specific performance, or cancellation of the contract.
In your case, X has failed to provide most of the services to you for the last 4 months. Therefore, you may be entitled to damages. Damages are a sum of money awarded by a court to compensate a party for the losses they suffered due to the other party’s breach of the contract. The damages you may be entitled to include any losses you suffered due to the breach, such as the cost of hiring a new accountant to complete the services X was supposed to provide.
In addition to damages, you may also be entitled to specific performance. Specific performance is a remedy whereby a court orders the breaching party to perform their obligations under the contract. In your case, this could mean that the court orders X to provide the services they were supposed to provide for the last 4 months.
Finally, you may also be entitled to cancellation of the contract. Cancellation of the contract is a remedy whereby a court declares the contract void and the parties are released from their obligations under the contract.
In addition to the remedies provided by California law, you may also be entitled to remedies under Federal law. For example, the Federal Consumer Protection Act (“FCPA”) may provide additional remedies if X’s breach of the contract was a violation of the FCPA.
In conclusion, you have several options available to you if X has failed to provide most of the services to you for the last 4 months. Specifically, you may be entitled to damages, specific performance, or cancellation of the contract under California law, and you may also be entitled to additional remedies under Federal law. I recommend that you consult with an experienced attorney to discuss your options in more detail.
Question: My personal information has been taken by a company without my consent, and is using it. What can I do in New York?
The unauthorized use of your personal information is a serious issue and can have serious consequences. You should take action to protect yourself and your rights.
First and foremost, you should contact the company and demand that they stop using your personal information. You should also demand that they delete any information they have collected and that they provide you with an explanation of how they obtained it. This will give you an opportunity to determine if the company is in violation of any laws.
In addition, you should contact the appropriate law enforcement agencies and file a complaint. Depending on the specifics of the situation, you may be able to file a civil lawsuit against the company for damages.
Under New York law, there are several potential causes of action you may have against the company. First, the company may have violated the New York Statute of Frauds by collecting your personal information without your consent. Second, the company may have violated the New York Consumer Protection Act by collecting and using your personal information without your consent. Third, the company may have violated the New York Privacy Shield Act by collecting and using your personal information without your consent.
Under federal law, you may also have a cause of action against the company. The federal Fair Credit Reporting Act prohibits companies from collecting and using your personal information without your consent. The federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act also prohibits companies from collecting and using your personal information without your consent.
In addition to filing a complaint with the appropriate law enforcement agencies and filing a civil lawsuit, you should also consider taking other steps to protect yourself. You should contact the three major credit bureaus and place a fraud alert on your credit report. This will help prevent the company from using your personal information to open new accounts in your name. You should also consider freezing your credit report, which will prevent the company from accessing it.
Finally, you should consider taking steps to protect your personal information in the future. This may include changing your passwords regularly and using two-factor authentication when available. You should also be careful about what personal information you share online and with whom.
By taking the appropriate steps, you can protect yourself from the unauthorized use of your personal information. You should contact the company and law enforcement agencies, as well as take steps to protect your credit. You should also consider taking steps to protect your personal information in the future.