In a follow-up to a story about Stardock suing its former marketing manager Alexandra Miseta, Kotaku reveals that Stardock had other legal actions pending with her. Their report contends that Stardock filed a lawsuit against her only after she filed a lawsuit against the company alleging that she was sexually harassed. Stardock's lawsuit alleged that Miseta had intentionally destroyed marketing material for Elemental: War of Magic, which set the company back and ultimately hurt the game at launch.
Court documents reveal that Miseta had already filed a lawsuit against Stardock CEO Brad Wardell for sexual harassment, retaliation, and wrongful termination, and that Stardock's lawsuit came three weeks after a judge denied their request to dismiss her case.
The Kotaku report also offers some details on an anonymous Stardock employee who is refuting the claims of the company against Miseta.
Source: Blue's News