A sexual harassment lawsuit filed by a former equity partner at Hinshaw & Culbertson is a case that again calls into question whether partners can use federal workplace discrimination laws against their firms.
Similar to the pending age discrimination case brought against Sidley Austin by 32 of its former partners, a lawsuit filed by a former Hinshaw & Culbertson partner alleges that the Chicago firm violated discrimination laws that generally apply to employer-employee relationships.
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