Hiring a former Am Law 100 partner once charged with insider trading apparently didn’t end well for Locke Lord Bissell & Liddell.

Court filings from Delaware Chancery Court show that David Schwinger was informed in March that the firm was terminating him. A Locke Lord spokeswoman told The Am Law Daily that the litigation between Schwinger and the firm stemmed from an “internal partnership dispute” on which the firm would not comment.

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