Texas Rangers General Counsel Leaves Post to Join New York Mets
Katherine Pothier is coming home. Pothier, who spent six years with the Texas Rangers and eight years with the San Diego Padres, has reportedly been named the chief legal officer of the New York Mets.
A New jersey native and graduate of Rutgers Law School, she replaces David Cohen, who left last year following an internal workplace review allegations of sexual harassment and discrimination by former Mets employees conducted by Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr. Prior to her work in MLB, Pottier was a litigation partner at San Diego law firm Wilson Turner Kosmo.