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Yes, a months pay, health and no contest to unemployment.
It reads they want to resolve through settlement and compromise any and all claims or controversies that exist or may exist.
Categories under what they want me to agree to are: full & general release of liability, no claims exist, adequacy of consideration, business and confidential information, property return,expenses, confidentiality, non disparagement, no admission of liability, voluntary nature of agreement, consideration period, binding effect, representation, defense to litigation, non- interference, & governing law.
They want this signed and notarized by Monday
So they can try to block my unemployment if I dont sign, but that can be appealed but other than that there is no legal recourse they can take against me for not signing?
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