Stephanie Langley, a former records specialist at Howrey, has sued the firm for failing to pay WARN Act wages after she was terminated on March 31. The putative class action seeks an undetermined amount in salary and benefits for the plaintiffs, as well as attorney fees.

According to the eight-page complaint filed late Monday in U.S. district court in Manhattan, Langley claims that Howrey violated its obligations under the WARN Act by firing her last week without providing 60 days written notice of termination. The complaint states that the persons in the putative class “are so numerous that joinder of all members is impracticable.”

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