Blizzard Entertainment’s chief legal officer left the company on Friday. Claire Hart (Claire Hart) held the position for three years, but today announced his resignation on LinkedIn.
“After working at Blizzard Entertainment for more than three years, I decided to continue my next adventure. Friday is my last day,” Hart wrote“The past three years have been full of unexpected twists and turns, but I am honored to be able to work with and meet so many outstanding people in Blizzard and Activision Blizzard’s various business units.
“I will take a short break before proceeding to the next step. Stay tuned!”
Although Hart’s departure was in a well-known Harassment suit In Activision Blizzard, Hart did not mention anything related to her resignation. We have contacted Hart for comments and we will update if we receive a response.
Recent harassment lawsuits hint The US Securities and Exchange Commission investigated Activision Blizzard’s handling of employee complaints about sexual misconduct and discrimination, and several company executives, including CEO Bobby Kotic, were subpoenaed.