A lawsuit against Reed Smith has been allowed to go forward after a Lawrence County, Pa., judge overruled four out of the firm’s five preliminary objections to the suit.

The suit by former client Bair Foundation, Bair Foundation Inc. v. Reed Smith, alleges the high demands on partners in large law firms to increase profits ultimately led to the nonprofit being excessively charged by Reed Smith for its representation of the foundation in a routine employment discrimination case.

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