Two former employees of Dallas’ Simon, Eddins & Greenstone have sued the firm in federal court, alleging they were discriminated against based on their sex, subjected to a hostile work environment and unlawfully discharged in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

In her Feb. 3 amended complaint in Katherine Franklin v. Law Firm of Simon, Eddins & Greenstone, Katherine Franklin alleges that firm associate Ben Braly sent her an email that included a link to a photo of partner David Greenstone’s penis. She alleges that after she talked to a lawyer outside the firm about representing her and provided information to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Simon Eddins retaliated by terminating her.

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