CBS Corporation dismissed from Lauren Lockwood's WFAN sexual harassment lawsuit | Bob's Blitz

CBS Corporation dismissed from Lauren Lockwood's WFAN sexual harassment lawsuit

Plaintiff Lauren Lockwood had sought to add CBS Corporation to her WFAN related 'Animal House' wrongful termination lawsuit. Judge Pamela Fisher has ruled 'no.'

Under the joint employer doctrine, Lockwood's claims are insufficient, as she has not presented enough facts to demonstrate that CBS Corp. had a right to control the "means and manner of [her] performance" (Brankov, 142 A.D.3d at 446). Therefore, since there is no evidence that CBS Corporation "hired the plaintiff, fired the plaintiff, or supervised [her] work on a daily basis," defendant CBS Corporation's motion to dismiss is granted (Woodell, 357 F.Supp.2d at 769).

How 'bout that?


Lockwood's suit against CBS Radio, CBS Sports Radio, Entercom Communications Corp., Joe Benigno, Sean Argaman, Mark Zukerman, ABC Corporations and John Does 1-10 continues.

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