Good day! Please tell me what to do if I posted a project in my profile, which I developed when I worked in the company (but it is completely mine), and my boss decided to appeal the rights to this project, what should I do?
You should contact a lawyer. Projects you developed while being employed might be judged differently depending on your contract.
In many cases work done while employed is owned by the employer. But laws covering this may vary from place to place, and your rights may differ if you had an employment contract or you were direct-hire. Also, it's not clear what you mean by your boss deciding to "appeal the rights". Is he or she simply trying to stop you from displaying it in your portfolio, or is the action protective of future revenue connected to the work?
I worked without any contract. She sent a notice to DMCA in Behance. Five of my projects have that text at the top:
Copyright infringement warning
When I click that link, I get a "Page not found". So at the moment you don't need to worry about your reputation.
If you think that this DMCA was made wrongly, then you perhaps need to deal with your "employer" (or whatever status you both had). It doesn't help that there wasn't any contract. You possibly need to contact a lawyer in order to get that other person to revoke the DMCA.
Perhaps you should also contact the Behance team about it, but I doubt that they will do anything while there is a dispute unresolved. https://help.behance.net/hc/en-us
Next time you take such a position, you'd better make a contract about the status of the work you do there in order to prevent this kind of situation. This is very bad. I wish you all the luck you can have.
Thank you for your's answers.
Olena Shepeliuk name of my profile. That text is on the five projects (backpacks and pencils). How can I remove Copyright infringement warning
Please check out the link to the Behance help I posted above.
I never had any employer or contracts with any of these subjects or any stuff posted by me it's done without my concent
Well, from here it looks as though perhaps you and she are no longer on good terms, and she intends to restrict you from displaying work you did while in her employ. While it's common for employers to allow it, she may be within her (the company's) legal rights to disallow it. As I mentioned, in many cases ownership of designer work output defaults to the employer, but laws may vary from place to place. So now you must decide whether it is worth your time, money, and effort to consult an attorney and ascertain your legal standing with respect to displaying that work.
I don't have a boss I'm not employed by no on or I never gave authority to no one . I am even used for all allegations of licence to control my entity need help
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