A federal judge in Michigan dismissed eight of nine counts in a discrimination and breach of contract lawsuit filed against Foley & Lardner by a founding partner of the firm’s Detroit office.

In March, Raymond J. Carey — a labor and employment partner who joined Foley from the Detroit office of Miller Canfield in 2000 — filed the suit in U.S. District Court in the Eastern District of Michigan, as we previously reported. It alleged that the firm has engaged in gender-, race-, and age-based discrimination against him. It also accused Foley of breach of contract, fraudulent misrepresentation and other related claims.

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