A report by lawyers for CBS found that the network would be justified in denying former CEO Les Moonves a $ 120 million severance payout because he destroyed evidence and misled investigators looking into accusations of sexual misconduct, the New York Times reported Tuesday, citing a draft of a report prepared for the company’s board. Two firms, Debevoise & Plimpton and Covington & Burling, investigated in part to determine if Moonves violated his employment agreement, which would allow the company to fire him for cause and not pay his severance.
Les Moonves’ Lawyer Fires Opening Salvo In Legal War With CBS; Calls No Severance & Firing Decision “Without Merit”
"The conclusions of the CBS board were foreordained and are without merit," says Les Moonves' attorney in reaction to the decision announced today to give the now fired with cause and much accused former CEO […]
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