Cohen said he will seek arbitration to settle the matter if Musk does not comply and accused him of “attempting to tap-dance your way out of Twitter’s binding obligations to its employees.” The letter warning of the potential action was also addressed to Twitter’s Acting General Counsel Alex Spiro.
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Ex-Twitter Employees Threaten Arbitration Over Latent Severance
Akiva Cohen, a lawyer representing Twitter staff fired by Elon Musk, is threatening legal action if the tech magnate does not confirm by Wednesday, Dec. 7 those terminated employees will receive their severance. So reports Business Insider.
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