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Progo Claus

Progo Claus

Edited: 6/7/2014 2:45:24 AM
I was slightly misinformed, and many people were grossly misinformed. Here is a direct quote from the lawsuit filed against Ryan and Bungie Inc. [quote]O’Donnell is a music composer who is known for, among other things, his iconic work on a number of the most successful and culturally important video game franchises in history, including Halo, which has realized gross sales to date of approximately $3.4 billion. In May of 2000, O’Donnell agreed to become full time Audio Director of the group that later became Bungie, LLC (“Bungie”). Bungie produced the Halo franchise and later became Bungie, Inc. On April 11, 2014, Bungie purported to terminate O’Donnell’s employment as Audio Director “without cause.” Bungie and Ryan gave O’Donnell no explanation for their decision. Bungie has a policy, pattern and practice of paying its employees accrued but unused vacation, paid time off, sabbatical time, and other benefits, and both Ryan and Bungie acknowledged O’Donnell’s entitlement to such benefits and promised to pay them. [b]Applicable law requires that the referenced benefits be paid to O’Donnell. [/b] [b]Ryan has caused Bungie to violate applicable law and the Company’s policies and practices [/b]regarding payment of O’Donnell’s accrued but unpaid vacation time, paid time off, sabbatical time, and other benefits. Separate and apart from the conduct alleged herein, [b]O’Donnell has separate grievances against Bungie and Ryan that are being pursued in arbitration.[/b] If it is determined that the claims O’Donnell asserts against Ryan in arbitration are not subject to arbitration, then O’Donnell reserves the right to amend this Complaint to include those additional claims in this action. [/quote]

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