As a result of her experience, Lawson "has suffered grievous financial, reputational and emotional injury" and is entitled to damages, the letter states.
Wentz didn't respond to a request for comment Tuesday. Spokeswomen for Oracle and Cover Oregon declined comment.
If Lawson files a lawsuit, it may not be the only one. Oregon officials are withholding US$25.6 million of some $69.5 million Oracle says it is owed for work done on the project, and are also reserving their right to sue the vendor.
A scathing investigative report recently conducted by the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services put blame on both Oracle and Cover Oregon officials for the project's woes.
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