Simpson Thacher & Bartlett is suing its New York landlord, alleging it has refused to acknowledge the law firm’s rights to rent abatement, leading to $8 million in damages.

Simpson Thacher “remains unable to continue the reasonable operation of its business,” said the firm’s breach-of-contract suit filed this week in Manhattan Supreme Court against landlord VBGO 425 Lexington Ave. LLC.

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