A recently filed sexual harassment suit against a Wilmington, Del., law firm is garnering attention not only because it’s chock-full of salacious details, but also because both the plaintiff and the alleged harasser are female lawyers.

In the suit, attorney Jennifer Braude of Philadelphia claims that during the 18 months she spent as an associate at Maron Marvel Bradley & Anderson, she was subjected to a “hostile environment” due to the sexually charged conversations initiated by her direct supervisor, Meredith Sossman.

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