By Chris Novak, Awful Announcing: Two ex-Pac-12 Network executives filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against the network. Reports emerged on Friday that former network CFO Brent Willman and former network President Mark Shuman filed the lawsuit in a San Francisco Superior Court this past week.
“After an audit showed that Comcast and the Pac-12 Network mistakenly overpaid the Pac-12 by about $5 million annually for several years, the Pac-12 fired the network’s President and the conference CFO in order to deflect blame and avoid scrutiny over the mistake, according to a lawsuit filed by the two men who were fired,” the San Francisco Chronicle wrote.
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Two former Pac-12 Network executives filed a lawsuit earlier this week in a San Francisco Superior Court for wrongful termination.
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