This is an employment law question, but the transfer of ownership of your former employer does not prohibit you from any legal action. Contact a labor law attorney in your area
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The short answer is that you can proceed. There are legal issues that will arise out of the nature of the purchase/sale of the company. Most lawyers can negotiate that. You should hire a Board Certified Employment Lawyer to advise you. Sorry to hear about your layoff.
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