Ok I am lost. can u call me to explain this. I do not understand. XXX-XXX-XXXX
If your answer is, "nothing," then you cannot enforce the original severance package against the employer. If you have given up something in exchange for the original severance package, then tell me what that something is, and I will be happy to tell you whether or not you can enforce the original severance against the employer.
Hope this helps.
Can I send u the document and u read and tell what they can do or not.
Please take a look and let me know as soon as u can.
Please take a look and let me know.
Are u back yet?
2. No, still there.
3. Still in Ohio.
I thought I was talking to an Ohio lawyer. Can u still look and see though.
So should I hire a lawyer n fight this. What is your opinion? Also, can they do anything to my husband since he works for the same place I did. They can't fire him can they if I don't accept their new offer.
Thanks! I get it.
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