A health educator hired by Epotec Inc., an Internet-based health information provider, sued her ex-employer, claiming she was duped into working an exhausting schedule and then wrongly fired to keep her from collecting stock options that might be worth nearly $1 million.

Plaintiff Debra S. Hill seeks lost salary, the restoration of her stock options, punitive damages, litigation costs and attorneys fees from Epotec and from J. Hayes Batson, the president of the corporation, and Richard D. Flanagan, the vice president and chief clinical officer.

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