An employment discrimination action brought by a technology expert who is an Orthodox Jew against Pryor Cashman will go forward, following the denial of the midsize law firm’s motion to dismiss.

Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Lawrence Knipel’s decision turned on whether the interpretation of New York City’s Human Rights Law set forth in a recent Appellate Division, 1st Department, sexual discrimination action applied in the present case.

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