The gloves are off again in a dispute between recruiting giant Lynn Mestel of Mestel & Co. and a former recruiter for her temporary-legal-placement subsidiary HIRECounsel D.C.

In October, Mestel sued Richard Thuemmler and his new employer, Legal eStaffing Inc., in D.C. federal court over a noncompete clause in his employee contract. Thuemmler filed a countersuit against Mestel and HIRECounsel, claiming that Mestel owed him thousands of dollars in back pay and unpaid commissions.

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