The former chief marketing officer of Duane Morris, who claims to suffer from a “disabling cognitive impairment,” has sued the firm’s disability insurer for refusing to provide benefits nearly a decade after he left the firm.

Edward Schechter filed the complaint against Standard Insurance Co. on July 3 in the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon. The lawsuit asks the court to order Standard to pay all benefits due him from the date of his disability, which he claims caused him to leave Duane Morris.

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