In a rare move for an employment lawyer representing management, Christine Hogan has left the Littler Mendelson partnership to become a partner at high-profile plaintiffs boutique Wigdor in New York.

Hogan is the boutique’s second woman partner out of seven, with the firm having 14 attorneys in all now. The addition comes as the boutique is taking on a stream of pandemic-related discrimination claims and firm founder Douglas Wigdor expects to see more sexual harassment and assault cases this year in the ongoing post-#MeToo environment.

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