My question involves independent contractors in the state of: Wyoming
hello, I'm a personal trainer and I used to work for a gym as an independent contractor. The owner made me sign a contract in which one part says "contractor recognized that the obligation to pay Company for the Training of Company Clients does not end when the employment arrangement established under this agreement ends. Contractor agrees that during his or her employment with Company, and for a period of two years after the employment arrangement under this agreement ends, contractor will have the obligation to pay to Company that percentage of the revenues generated set forth in section 7b of this agreement." section 7b "private classes: company shall pay contractor 65% of the gross revenues from contractor's private training of Company Clients." Since leaving that gym I have a client I trained at the previous location contact me about training. The previous gym owner found out and actually texted me "remember the contract you signed, don't screw me or i'll really screw you." Everyone i've talked to told me in Wyoming this contract holds no legal ground. Or, i'm owed lost wages for taxes she didn't pay for.