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  • Company dissolved..who's liable for unpaid commissions California

    I left my employer last April for not paying us commissions on our sales. After filing with the DLSE we finally have a hearing date on 4/27. During this time three notable thing occurred:
    1. I had a call from my former employers counsel asking me to settle the matter for a certain amount. I declined because it was too little.

    2. About two weeks ago I was furnished a copy of a "notice to Plaintiff" stating that that my former employees company was sold and the new owner "only purchased the assets and not the liabilities (on July 1, 2009). Claims were for the previous owners' employees. Myself was never an employee of new company.

    3. A few days ago I got another "notice to plaintiff" stating that I used inaccurate formulas for my calculation of commissions and I ignored returns which commissions are not paid on. Lastly, it states that the former employer's LLC has ceased operations and has been dissolved.

    What do we do now? It seems that my former employers are passing the buck but the the new owner's are saying they only purchased assets not liabilities w/c includes unpaid wages,etc. Are my former employers still on the hook for the unpaid commissions due to us. Confused ...would love your take on this PLS.HELP!!!

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    Duplicate post. There is no need to post twice. As soon as someone with some expertise in this area can answer, they will.
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      Sorry thanks

      Sorry thanks, newbie.

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