Blizzard's Chief Legal Officer Resigns After Three Years

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Blizzard Entertainment's chief legal officer, Claire Hart, has announced their departure from the company. Having worked in that role for three years, their resignation was made public yesterday, confirming she's ready to "move on to my next adventure."

Speaking in a LinkedIn post, Hart confirmed:

After more than three years at Blizzard Entertainment, I have decided to move on to my next adventure. Friday was my last day. The past three years have been full of unexpected twists and turns, but I feel honored to have worked with and met so many great people at Blizzard and across the Activision Blizzard businesses. I'll be taking a short break before making my next move. Stay tuned!

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Blizzard's Chief Legal Officer Resigns After Three Years

This resignation comes at a turbulent time for Activision Blizzard, with CEO Bobby Kotick being subpoenaed yesterday by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). However, there's no mention in this post as to whether recent issues played a role in this resignation.

As a reminder, Activision Blizzard are being sued by the State of California, placing them under investigation for allegedly fostering a sexist and discriminatory work environment. While reports have mainly focused on Blizzard specifically, Activision themselves are facing a separate lawsuit over their response from investors.