Good evening. You have a binding contract, but it would be a tough work environment to work in a situation where the remaining boss is not happy with you. I would do the following: 1) first, sit down with the guy and tell him you have a binding contract and if he is going to forever attempt to make life miserable, then he needs to buy you out of the contract; then 2) second, if he is not willing to back off or buy you out, but insists on continuing his harrassing behavior, you should file a law suit against him for tortiously interfering with your contract with the company.
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