One of the lawyers leading California’s discrimination case against video game company Activision Blizzard resigned in protest yesterday, while levying accusations that Governor Gavin Newsom improperly interfered in the case on behalf of Activision, Bloomberg reported today. Melanie Procter, the deputy chief counsel at California’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing resigned Tuesday...
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