Dentons has resolved a lawsuit in which a business development specialist accused her direct supervisor, a former managing director at the firm, of sexual harassment.

Krunali Parekh, a business development specialist in the firm’s New York office, said in an explosive complaint filed in June that Alton Delane had kissed her on the face in front of colleagues, touched her in sensitive areas and used vulgar language to express a desire to have sex with her, all despite her requests that he stop. Parekh also accused Dentons of attempting to silence her complaints.

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