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As reported by The Boston Globe, a former Bingham McCutchen associate filed a complaint Wednesday with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, the state’s chief civil rights agency, alleging that Bingham ignored her allegation that she had been drugged at a firm holiday party.

According to a copy of the complaint obtained by The Am Law Daily, former litigation associate Michelle Moor says a firm lawyer and an HR manager mishandled charges she raised with them relating to alleged instances of drugging of firm employees and rape. More details from the complaint appear below.

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