I have been in an agreement with 1 other business partner who has basically screwed me over. After months of developing a product he's decided to take over and push me out. I didn't like the way he handled it and I said that if he wanted to pursue this route that I would look at exiting. My first question is, until I formally state they have exit can he use this comment as saying that I want to exit? I signed a contract that stated that the intellectual property belongs to the company that he created. To put quite simply, he has pushed me out and I am left with lost time and effort. What can I do?

Most of this is related to legal issues which I doubt many will want to answer. See legal advice.
On the sanity side, are you losing any money? Is the company making money?
Sometimes it is better to move on to other projects unless you were well protected by a contract.
Don't stop taking massive action.
Best of Luck,
Michael T. Irvin
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Answered 7 years ago

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