My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: I am an independent contractor with a Theater company in Orlando Florida. I had signed a contract to do a certain show. They changed the show but I had not signed a new or revised contract with the proper changes. I had traveled down to Florida from Ohio where I live, to visit friends and go to a production meeting. At this meeting I was to sign a new contract. The morning of the meeting, we got in an argument when I asked for some travel reimbursement and they fired me via e mail. I believe Florida is a work at will state. So, I think they are ok for firing me. But today they sent me a letter of termination. It's been two weeks and they now want me to sign a letter of termination for the new show that will remove any financial responsibility of the theater. In discussing this with them, I reminded them that I had not signed a new contract. They told me they had a signed contract for the new show. They have changed the contract to represent the new show, but they did it after I signed it. I never received a new version or initialed one. It may not be illegal but it seems creepy. Yes?