Dont know if anyone has made this thread yet.
[quote]King County Superior Court judge Jeffrey Ramsdell in Seattle has approved a deal in which [b][u]Ryan will pay O’Donnell more than $95,000 to settle legal claims[/u][/b] related to a lawsuit that O’Donnell filed in May. The lawsuit offered a rare glimpse on what was happening inside Bungie, the original Halo developers who is now at work on the big online shooter Destiny.
O’Donnell was fired on April 11 as audio director at Bellevue, Wash.-based Bungie “without cause,” according to the lawsuit. He was hired in May 2000 and produced the pulse-pounding soundtrack that helped make Halo a memorable hit. Over its lifetime of sales, Halo has grossed an estimated $3.4 billion, according to the lawsuit, which was filed in Superior Court in King County in Washington.
[b][u]O’Donnell said in the filing that Bungie and Ryan gave no explanation for the firing.[/u][/b] The suit notes that Bungie has a policy to pay employees accrued but unused vacation, paid time off, sabbatical time, and other benefits. Ryan and Bungie reportedly promised to pay.
The suit was filed May 1. In an answer on May 27, Bungie and Ryan denied that O’Donnell was due any relief. Under the agreement, Ryan will pay O’Donnell more than $38,385 in unpaid work and vacation time, as well as another $38,385 in double damages. With attorney’s fees and interest, the total judgement for O’Donnell will be $95,019.13.
[u]A spokesperson for Bungie has not answered a request for comment.[/u][/b][/quote]
how shitty is that, still "no reason" for being fired.
Good for marty, but you guys REALLY need to brush up on company terms, being fired with no cause is a GOOD thing, it means he is being let go with no real bad blood, and with no big bad mark on his resume that says he was fired for incompetence or something. they're letting him off with a great career resume and nothing bad said about him.