Denise Fitzhenry, a former executive assistant to Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn vice chair and one-time chairman Alan Schwartz, sued Schwartz and the firm on Wednesday for allegedly discriminating against her following an injury.

Fitzhenry alleges that in February 2007 she sustained a work-related back injury that forced her to undergo surgery and take a leave of absence from the firm under the Family and Medical Leave Act.

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