It potentially could be a legal risk to do what you plan. How much of a risk depends on the specifics (e.g., who the trademark holder is, where these stickers will appear, how the trademark is altered, etc).
Messing in any way with a company's reputation is as a rule not a very good idea.
Can you describe this "bandaid?" What exactly was done to your teeth?
I agree with Mass_Shyster that you should speak to a dental malpractice attorney for a personal review of your treatment. Something seems off with what you experienced.
I suggest you have another inspector out to examine the work that has been completed so far and have this inspector provide a written opinion of what work needs to be fixed/completed to bring your home up to code.
What sort of house is this? Is the house a new purchase?
It is recommended that both the car seller and the car buyer go to the DMV together to sign over the title, this to avoid the type of problem you are experiencing now.
I agree that it might be best for you to demand a refund from the seller and return the vehicle once your $700 is refunded.
Speaking to the media about the breach can insulate you from any repercussions as your identity can remain confidential. The media outlet will investigate your claim and authorities will be informed of the improper disposal of the medical records.
It is important that the breach is disclosed so...
Many (most?) courts in the US use the "Laffey Matrix" when determining the reasonableness of attorney fees. It is a fee schedule based on attorney experience and specialty, and is adjusted each year to reflect wage data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
California courts use this fee...
To expand on the above quoted portion:
It would help for the meeting with your attorney if you are armed with average fees charged by attorneys and CPAs in your area for the same type of work done for you by your attorney.
While you should not expect your attorney to be on the low side of the...