In the nearly two years since the emergence of the #MeToo movement, plenty of law firms have touted their expertise handling workplace harassment matters, internal investigations and other related practices.
But according to Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, no leading Big Law firm has launched a plaintiffs-side practice to pursue sexual harassment and employment discrimination cases—until now.
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