The Center for Workplace Compliance, a member organization that advises employers on handling equal employment opportunity and affirmative action requirements, has accused employment law powerhouse Littler Mendelson and two of its attorneys of improperly accessing its website and misappropriating its intellectual property.

The CWC lined up Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, which itself has a formidable labor and employment practice, for the 80-page complaint filed in Virginia federal court Friday. In the filing, the organization zeroed in on the actions of two attorneys who previously worked for the organization.

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