The Rudner Law Podcast

Audio: Bringing a Claim When There Has Been a Release

November 2, 2018

Normally when there’s a termination of employment or any potential legal claim, what the potential defendant wants is a signed full and final release, by which the plaintiff, or potential plaintiff, confirms they will not bring a legal action. When the employer, or the potential defendant, gets that signed release, they can usually sit back, breathe a deep sigh of relief, knowing that they’re not going to have to worry about a claim coming through the door for the next two years. However, the question that Stuart addresses here is whether, despite having that full and final release, a claim can be brought.

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