Former Sullivan & Cromwell associate Aaron Charney on Monday filed an amended complaint against the firm, adding intentional infliction of emotional distress and conspiracy claims to his original charges of sexual orientation discrimination and retaliation.

Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Bernard Fried dismissed Charney’s original pro se complaint without prejudice earlier this month, ruling that some of the ex-associate’s allegations and attachments were irrelevant and potentially violative of disciplinary rules. The judge gave Charney leave to replead his case.

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