Can I appeal a large financial judgement Are you saying that there is already a judgment? i.e. Employer filed complaint, there was a trial and it proved sufficiently that you owed it the money?
filed against me be my former employer(LAUSD) claiming overpayment when (1) If it was it was as a result of their faulty payroll system. I say "if it was" because my paychecks didn't reflect any significant or obvious increases that I could tell. Please explain. I.e. How much extra was included in each paycheck such that it was not evident that it was bigger?
(2) Did not have legal representation nor consultation. Why not?
Also I think that the legal wing of the district or the ones that they recommend actually represent the interests of the district.I have no idea what you are speaking of here, please clarify.
I'd like to discuss by a brief phone call if possible(XXX) XXX-XXXX
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