In Zimmerman v. W8less Products, the company, after offering plaintiff a position of vice president of marketing/business development, subsequently rescinded the offer before the parties ever agreed to the specific terms of an employment contract. Plaintiff sued the company and the two managers who had recruited him alleging, among other claims, willful withholding of wages. The trial court granted summary judgment, holding the two managers personally liable for plaintiff's unpaid wages. The appellate court reversed, finding that the trial court should not have granted summary judgment because genuine issues of fact existed as to whether an employment relationship existed "and the amount, if any, owed to [plaintiff] under any employment relationship that may have arisen."