Cozen O’Connor has a high-rising problem, at least when the elevators at its Philadelphia headquarters actually work.

The firm has sued its landlord in Philadelphia Common Pleas Court in an effort to be released from the five-year lease obligation it began this year with 1900 Market GP because the landlord has failed to properly maintain the Class A building and refused to arbitrate Cozen O’Connor’s complaints, according to the court filing.

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