Former Sullivan & Cromwell associate Aaron Charney filed an amended complaint against the firm Monday, adding intentional infliction of emotional distress and conspiracy claims to his original charges of sexual orientation discrimination and retaliation. A New York judge dismissed Charney's original pro se complaint without prejudice earlier this month, but gave Charney leave to replead his case. The firm has filed its own suit against Charney, alleging he stole documents and disclosed client confidences.
Former Sullivan Associate Adds Claims to Complaint Against Firm
New York Law Journal
May 22, 2007