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If the former boss/employer is truly shit as u claim then others in the industry will know not to value their opinion.

clean up the legal shit and stop worrying about the past. Rarely future employers contact former unless they have a pre existing relationship 

clean up the legal shit + move on

 

Been down that road twice. Screwed over bonus and even personally insulted me in chats & emails. Brought all the receipt and got him an "early retirement" (aka forced resignation). Now he opens a failing restaurant and struggled to recover reputationally within the industry (the dude was known bullshitter). 

Best thing is finish up the legal issue ASAP and move on as yung buck wrote. Success is your best revenge

 

Checking with former employers is rare in my experience.  You'll either get something along the lines of 'no comment.' or 'employee's performance was satisfactory.' 

I'll echo what someone else wrote above.  I worked for an absolute insane individual.  Someone gave him a two week notice and he spent the entire 2 weeks making their life h3ll!  I'm talking crazy time sensitive tasks, verbal sparing, and mind phucking like, "So do you think you'll succeed at x firm with effort like this?  I already called your new manager to warn him about you.  Do I need to call him again?"

This guy has a shyt reputation so even if he did make those calls (doubtful), I bet the manager took it as BS at best.

 

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