Legal Advice

Dan Jones

Dan Jones

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I'm a freelance web developer and a couple of years ago I did some work on a project for a digital agency that I used to be employed by. They came to me because I worked on the project initially whilst employed by them, and they new I had the background to move it forward.

The project had a number of issues, and the client felt that the agency let them down. Fast foward 2 years, and the agency have received a letter out of the blue telling them that they are being taken to court as the client feels the project wasn't delivered and it damaged their business. Something I disagree with - but that's not the issue.

I'm just wondering if anyone could share advice on how liable I am and the course of action I should be thinking about? I never dealt with the client directly, but I figure if the agency get sued - they could just turn around and do the same to me?

Thanks in advance!


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