Philadelphia-based midsize law firm Zarwin Baum DeVito Kaplan Schaer Toddy is facing allegations of creating a “sexually hostile work environment,” detailed in a federal lawsuit filed last week.

A former paralegal of the firm alleges that on numerous occasions, she encountered inappropriate comments from male lawyers at the firm. Her complaint described “a severe, pervasive, malignant, sexually discriminatory, and degrading hostile work environment and party culture” at the firm.

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