National and international law firms are continuing to tout practices tied to the rise in sexual harassment liabilities in the #MeToo era—from investigating and defending against employment claims to a recent big-firm twist on a plaintiffs-side discrimination practice.

But Kirkland & Ellis is among the few firms to explicitly tag a practice with the viral hashtag—and the firm says its “Workplace Compliance & Investigations-#MeToo” group is also unique in the expertise it can offer a core clientele of the firm: private equity firms.

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