California fears that an agreement with Activision Blizzard will result in "irreparable harm."

Employee information from the corporation would be published as part of the transaction.

California fears that an agreement with Activision Blizzard will result in "irreparable harm."

In July 2021, the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (CFEH) filed a lawsuit against Activision Blizzard after a two-year investigation revealed many issues within the firm. Soon after, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) of the United States brought a similar complaint, which resulted in a million-dollar settlement that the DFEH fears would result in irreversible injury.


The California Department of Fair Employment and Housing has published an objection to Activision Blizzard's EEOC agreement. The aforementioned because they believe the arrangement will result in "irreparable harm" to their litigation against Activision Blizzard.


However, according to the DFEH, a requirement of the settlement is that employees release Activision Blizzard from the charges. As a result of the preceding, the victims would be able to seek compensation.


The DFEH, on the other hand, claims that the EEOC failed to comply with the claim's standards and that it is missing important information regarding the case. As a result, they believe the arrangement is rushed, and they hope that a judge will intervene to ensure that justice is served.


What are your thoughts on this new? Do you believe the Activision Blizzard situation should be handled differently?

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