A week after joining Mayer Brown’s New York office, capital markets partner James Tanenbaum has left the firm following allegations that he engaged in inappropriate conduct at Morrison & Foerster.

First reported by Above the Law, Tanenbaum, who was part of a team of capital markets, corporate and securities lawyers that moved to Mayer Brown from Morrison & Foerster in late February, tendered his resignation after reports surfaced that he had been terminated by Morrison & Foerster in late 2017 in connection with an internal investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct.