Former Columbia Sportswear employee sentenced to probation and community service

There’s an update in the case of a former Columbia Sportswear employee who was sued by the firm for allegedly hacking them after he left their employ. In August, Michael Leeper pleaded guilty. Now, despite prosecution attempts to get him some  jail time, Leeper was sentenced to three years of probation with 400 hours of community service.

Read more about the case and sentencing issues on Oregon Live.

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