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    « Opinion Due Tomorrow re Release of Non-Waivable Labor Code Rights | Main | Sushi bar sues California Labor Commissioner in Class Action »


    I usually agree with your views on newly published cases but I thought you were overreacting about the any and all language until I saw how happy the folks at Littler were about this part of the decision.


    I was recently laid off by a big telecommunications company where I was place out of California. I have a severance package and in it, states, "This general release and waiver also does not release any claims that cannot be released as a matter of law, including but not limited to any rights I may have to indemnification under California Labor Code Section 2802." What does this mean? Thank you in advance for your help!

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