Dr. Michael J. Moffett, center, chats with his lawyers, Travis Stokes, left, and Charles Doerksen, right, after spending the day on the witness stand Jan. 28 in Fresno County Superior Court. He has sued California Cancer Associates for Research and Excellence, widely known as cCare, for breach of his employment contract. cCare has counter-sued the doctor for financial misconduct. The dark-haired woman in the background is Marie E. Shaffer, Moffett’s administrative assistant and fiancé. Former colleagues contend they committed financial misconduct.
Dr. Michael J. Moffett, center, chats with his lawyers, Travis Stokes, left, and Charles Doerksen, right, after spending the day on the witness stand Jan. 28 in Fresno County Superior Court. He has sued California Cancer Associates for Research and Excellence, widely known as cCare, for breach of his employment contract. cCare has counter-sued the doctor for financial misconduct. The dark-haired woman in the background is Marie E. Shaffer, Moffett’s administrative assistant and fiancé. Former colleagues contend they committed financial misconduct. PABLO LOPEZ plopez@fresnobee.com
Dr. Michael J. Moffett, center, chats with his lawyers, Travis Stokes, left, and Charles Doerksen, right, after spending the day on the witness stand Jan. 28 in Fresno County Superior Court. He has sued California Cancer Associates for Research and Excellence, widely known as cCare, for breach of his employment contract. cCare has counter-sued the doctor for financial misconduct. The dark-haired woman in the background is Marie E. Shaffer, Moffett’s administrative assistant and fiancé. Former colleagues contend they committed financial misconduct. PABLO LOPEZ plopez@fresnobee.com

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