Former Grady Memorial Hospital CEO Otis Story has settled a lawsuit over his 2008 firing. Story will receive “less than a year’s pay,” as well as a bonus and moving expenses that were included in his employment contract but never paid, Grady general counsel Timothy Jefferson said. No total was disclosed, but “it won’t be an earth-shattering amount,” Jefferson said.
You thought the years-long soap opera swirling around the top brass at Grady Memorial Hospital couldn’t get any weirder? Think again. State Rep. Pamela Stephenson, in newly filed court papers, claims fired Grady CEO Otis Story slandered her last year. She alleges Story told others that she was sexually available and that she orchestrated his […]
State Rep. Pam Stephenson (right), chair of the Fulton-DeKalb Hospital Authority, insists she has a law degree, even though a registrar says the school transcript does not show it. The proof, it would seem, is not in the pudding, but in a sealed envelope tucked away in a file cabinet on the fifth floor of […]