Howrey, sued early last week by a former employee over an alleged failure to meet its obligations under the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act, was sued again over claims Friday in federal court in San Francisco.

In the latest suit, Los Angeles firm Blum Collins represents 18 former Howrey employees whose 24-page complaint claims that the now-defunct firm failed to provide them with the 60-day notice required by the WARN Act prior to a mass layoff or office closing.

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