Sex-based discrimination claims against Brown & Wood cannot be sustained because there is no evidence that the law firm created a hostile work environment for one of its computing department employees, a New York Supreme Court judge has ruled.

Judge Beverly Cohen granted the firm’s motion for summary judgment in its entirety. But she also found that some sex discrimination and sex harassment claims cannot be dismissed against the accused harasser, Warren Brown, the firm’s director of management information systems.

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