Calling contrary language in SI 59 LLC v. Variel Warner Ventures LLC (2018) 29 Cal.App.5th 146 dicta, this decision holds that despite Civ. Code 1668, a release may be enforceable while the claim still has not accrued for statute of limitations purposes, at least so long as the plaintiff is aware of the claim she releases and the wrongful acts took place before the release.  In this case, defendant employer fired plaintiff effective at a future date and then signed a severance agreement with her which included a release of all her claims through the still-future date of termination of her employment.  Plaintiff knew the facts on which she later sued for age discrimination at the time she signed the release, but her age discrimination claim did not fully accrue until the later termination date.  Nevertheless, the arbitrator did not commit clear error on enforcing the release against plaintiff.