Sullivan & Cromwell said Thursday it had reached a settlement with former associate Aaron Charney, who sued the law firm earlier this year for sexual orientation discrimination. The settlement, the terms of which are confidential, brings to a close a dispute that had fascinated the New York legal community over the past several months, both with its allegations concerning partners at one of the city's most prestigious firms and its bizarre twists and turns in the courtroom.
Sullivan Settles With Former Associate Who Sued Firm for Discrimination
New York Law Journal
October 26, 2007