A lawyer who rose from secretary to “partner” at a Long Island, N.Y., law firm will get a second chance to show that she is entitled to benefits under the firm’s profit-sharing and cash-balance pension plans.

Attorney Karen Strom said she was denied the benefits when she left the tax certiorari specialist firm of Siegel Fenchel & Peddy because she was not considered a “profit-sharing partner” or “shareholder” of the firm.

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