For years, plaintiffs attorneys have advertised their services on bus stops, billboards and television commercials in their never-ending bid for all kinds of legal work, from medical malpractice suits to divorce cases.

The rise of the #MeToo movement isn’t just generating client engagements for Big Law. The plaintiffs bar is also seeking to cash in on the call for workplace accountability.

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