An alleged romantic affair between a name partner at Kimmel & Silverman and a lawyer who worked in the firm’s Massachusetts office did not create a "hostile work environment" for a paralegal, a federal judge has ruled.

But the paralegal, Krista Lohr, won a ruling that allows her to proceed with a retaliation claim against the firm in which she says she was fired for complaining about the environment in the Massachusetts office.

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