Reed Smith has denied any overstaffing or fee churning in an employment discrimination case it handled for a nonprofit client, according to a response it filed to a lawsuit the nonprofit filed against the firm.

The religious nonprofit the Bair Foundation, in Bair Foundation Inc. v. Reed Smith, alleged it was excessively charged for its legal representation in a “routine” employment discrimination case because of the high demands on partners in global law firms to increase profits.

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