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My former employer is claiming that because they are a california

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My former employer is claiming that because they are a california company if any issues arise out of non payment of a severance agreement that I must sign saying I am an Oregon employee. I oversee three companies and work and live in Cal.ifornia. I have an office in California. Is this true?

My name isXXXXX am a licensed attorney, and my goal is to provide you with excellent service today.

If you work and live in California, then you are a California employee. Regardless of what they may 'require' you to sign, you will be a California employee, and any issues arising out of the nonpayment of your severance agreement will be decided under California law.

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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
Is the severance now a wage issue covered in DLSE? I have an amount and initial under that as well as a recording.

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