New information has emerged detailing the events that led to the April 23 arrest of Seagen CEO Clay Siegall and a May 2 temporary restraining order against him, according to documents obtained by Endpoints News.
Around 3 a.m. local time on April 23, Siegall’s wife and a witness called police after he allegedly pushed her to the ground, and he was brought to jail hours later on a charge of fourth degree domestic violence gross misdemeanor, per police records from that morning. The records, as well as a restraining order and jail call logs, lay out the allegations against one of the highest-profile CEOs in biotech, who founded Seagen in the late 1990s and has built it into a $22 billion drug developer that led the ADC R&D field. Siegall was also one of the most richly compensated pharma executives in 2021, pulling in $18.1 million.
Siegall’s lawyer did…
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