Posted by Benoit Benoit on February 15, 2019 03:36:25You might be thinking: “You don’t have a contract with the game developer?”
And that’s true.
A contract is the agreement between you and the game creator, and you have a right to enforce it.
That doesn’t mean the contract has to be in writing.
It could be as simple as a word on a piece of paper.
But sometimes it doesn’t.
Sometimes, things get out of hand.
You might be asked to do something the company didn’t want you to do.
You may be asked by a co-worker or an employer to do things the company thinks are inappropriate.
And, most importantly, you might be fired for violating the contract.
The contract has rules, but if it is broken, the contract can be terminated.
The only exception to this is if the company has a good reason to believe the breach of contract will harm the business.
If you have good reason, the company might give you a grace period to fix the problem.
If the company doesn’t fix the breach and you are fired, you can ask the courts for a judgment against the company that says you’re entitled to compensation for the damage.
You also have a legal right to recover any costs you’ve incurred as a result of the breach.
If you are dissatisfied with the termination, you have the right to try to have the termination reversed.
You could try to recover a refund of your time and a reasonable attorneys’ fee.