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Asked on: 3/11/07, 3:50 pm

Rescinded Job Offer

A job sent me a job offer. I excepted and resigned from my old job. The day of the last day of my resignation, they rescinded their signed offer. I am now unemployed from both jobs because they did this to me. Is that legal? If you send someone a signed offer, and that person excepts the offer, can you just take it back without some kind of compensation for lost accrued? I did resign, but basically I did it because of their offer. So, I feel they caused me to lose my job.

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Answered on: 3/12/07, 8:03 am by Mark Voigtmann

Re: Rescinded Job Offer

There may indeed be liability here. My expertise is in construction law. If this relates to a construction law job, we may be able to assist you based on your proximity to Indianapolis and other factors. I can be contacted at Mark.Voigtmann@bakerd.com


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