The lawyer accused of “quiet quitting” by Napoli Shkolnik filed her own discrimination lawsuit against the firm on Monday in Manhattan federal court.

In a 59-page complaint, Heather Palmore says she was only sued by the firm as retaliation for speaking out about “egregious” discrimination and harassment by senior management, which escalated after she retained counsel.

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