Activision Blizzard has agreed to budget $18 million to end the lawsuit brought by the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission against the company, but according to a report PC Gamer The California Department of Employment and Housing rejected this agreement on the grounds that such termination of the lawsuit would close the doors on evidence necessary to pursue the Department’s own case against the company and thus would adversely affect the proper proceeding of the case.
On the other hand, the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission did not agree with this decision from the California Department of Employment and filed a memo listing more Controversial information About the ethics of the aforementioned staffing department and thus will open an even bigger spiral of chaos.
The case’s tangle comes in short as a result of an allegation that two attorneys who previously worked for the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission before it joined the California Department of Employment and Housing are leading the case against Activision Blizzard, and the department’s recent decisions to block the commission’s agreement with the company are evidence of manipulation of illegal interests. transcend professional ethics.
These accusations would cause a huge scandal if true, especially since the California Department of Housing showed in its records the presence of these two attorneys and then disposed of them later, which means that these allegations are likely to be true, and if they are true, Activision Blizzard will be able to use it to its advantage. In winning both cases.