California Employment Law
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If you apply for unemployment, it will have no effect on outstanding receivables and vice-versa.
However, I cannot tell you if it will or will not have an effect on your continuing to get work from the person you are filing unemployment against. That isn't a legal question for an attorney. You are basically asking me to predict whether or not this person will be upset with you filing unemployment to the point that they will no longer give you additional work. My guess would be that they would be.