Jenner & Block has fired back in the ongoing litigation with the firm’s landlord, urging a judge to keep in the court record a key affidavit about the law firm’s rent abatement terms.

Jenner, responding to the landlord’s attempts to strike the affidavit, called the moves “a baseless waste of time and diversion,” according to papers filed late Wednesday in Cook County Circuit Court.

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