A former corporate partner in the New York office of Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge hired in the months before the credit crisis hit is suing the firm after it fired him for failing to meet revenue expectations.

Stephen R. Connoni, who joined the Boston-based firm in September 2007 but left only one year later, sued the firm in April in Manhattan Supreme Court for allegedly “unilaterally and improperly” firing him without a required vote of the partnership and without paying him all that he was owed.

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