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TSM Reginald's case was overseen by lawyer, who defends their parent company

The lawyer, whom TSM FTX hired to help investigating Andy "Reginald" Dinh's case, might have a potential conflict of interest. As reported by Jacob Wolf, the specialist was simultaneously helping TSM's parent company to defend herself in court in another case.

The lawyer, Matthew Marca, didn’t directly investigate Reginald but helped to coordinate the process. It involved cooperation with Riot Games, who are still running their own investigation.

Matthew Marca's spokesperson stated that the lawyer had no impact on the investigation. He did, however, compile the summary of the case, which was led by an attorney, Lynne Davis. His resume describes cases of rude behavior by Dinh, but nothing illegal or unlawful.

The investigation revealed that there was no unlawful conduct by Mr. Dinh. None of the witnesses had witnessed or were aware of conduct or derogatory comments aimed at and/or based on any protected characteristic, i.e. gender, race, religion, sexual orientation.

Matthew Marca's summary
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Matthew Marca helped TSM parent company, Swift, to terminate a contract of their employee, John Nguyen. The latter reported that his boss was smoking weed in a workplace. A week later, Nguyen was accused of sexual harassment and fired.

The investigation into TSM CEO started in 2021, after their former player and streamer Yiliang "Doublelift" Peng accused Reginald of bullying and verbal abuse. In May 2022, a report by the Washington Post depicted Dinh’s behavior. You can read about it by following the link below.

Washington Post: TSM employees describe working with CEO Reginald as constant fear of firing and anger outburst


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