Morgan, Lewis & Bockius represents two pension funds in their lawsuit against the city of Atlanta, but this week the city took the firm to court over how it’s being paid.

The city’s lawsuit, filed Thursday in Fulton County Superior Court, alleges the firm assisted the chairs of the General Employees’ Pension Fund Board of Trustees and the Police Officers’ Pension Fund Board of Trustees in withdrawing nearly $1 million in pension assets to pay for their own ongoing lawsuit against the city. The funds sued the city late last year over an ordinance that consolidated the two, as well as a third that is not party to the lawsuit.

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