I worked for a company who employed me as a software engineer. They had a temporary contract and I completed the project, they didn't find a purpose for me so they let me go.
On my "Exit Interview" they showed a makeshift contract that basically said that in regards to the project AND other duties I am to do these free of charge (basically, forever) since I was the only one on the project and the only developer there I told them no I would not accept those conditions and they did not say anything else.
Moving down the line a few months later, the client who we did the project is having problems, obviously the client is paying them but they have contacted me and said I MUST do the work. I refused as I now have another job. Their "lawyer" is claiming that:
I do not need to have signed the contract as long as the contract was handed to me.
I am at a loss of what to do, I know this is a law question but what are the implications of just ignoring this?