Kargo Moves to Stop Former Sales Exec's $40 Million Payout in Gender Discrimination Case

Ad firm cites 'unfair process,' says arbiter acted improperly

Mobile ad shop Kargo has filed a motion to stop a $40 million award by an arbiter in a case that alleged Alexis Berger, former svp of sales for the Midwest and West Coast for Kargo, was the victim of gender discrimination, retaliation, equal pay violation, violation of wage law and breach of contract.

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