During the actual deposition he changed his answeer after takling a break. His lawyer at the end of the depo. said that he wanted to set the record stright and basically fed my ex-boss the answer he wanted on record. The original answer on record earlier was completely different.
Is that perjury?
One last question. My boss in 2004 told me that if I didn't sign the new at-will agreement that I would be fired. My comment before his was that i had worked for him for 15 years and didn't agree with it because I thought he should have good cause to fire a person with my senority,
Was it legal in CA for jhim to threaten me like that becaseu I signed it even thought I didn't agree with it.
CA has exeptions to the at will agreement
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