The former general counsel of a commercial real estate development firm near Dallas has filed a lawsuit that paints her ex-boss as an uncaring scrooge who fired her for declining to violate a local stay-at-home order by reporting to work during the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak. 

Amy Reggio alleges in a wrongful termination suit filed Thursday in Dallas County that Mark Tekin, sole manager and president of Tekin & Associates, “repeatedly refused” to let her work from home and was “belligerent and annoyed” that she’d even asked. 

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