Former Mets executive sues for discrimination and FMLA violation
Former Senior Vice Presidnet for Ticket Sales and Service, Leigh Castergine, filed a lawsuit Wednesday in the Eastern District of New York, alleging Jeff Wilpon, part-owner of the Mets and Chief Operating Officer, harassed her for being pregnant, ultimately leading to her dismissal from the team on August 26.
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- Tags: Baseball | Discrimination | Employment Law | Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) | Major League Baseball (MLB) | United States of America (USA)
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