An employee claimed he was tricked into accepting job that the employer misrepresented. After being fired, the employee sued the corporation and its two co-founders for fraud, breach of contract, and breach of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing. The employers claimed the employee was at will, and was not owed anything upon termination. A jury found in favor of the employee, which was upheld on appeal. Damages for the case will be well into the six-figure range. This case confirms a long-held legal theory that despite being hired as an at will employee, employers who misrepresent the terms or conditions of employment may be sued for fraudulent acts.