As the future of AmLaw 200 firm LeClairRyan appears uncertain, two recent pieces of litigation against the firm hint at the liabilities that any successors to the firm may face.

Court papers filed three weeks ago show that the firm failed to make agreed-upon payments to the landlord of its shuttered Williamsburg, Virginia, office. Then, on July 26, a former marketing professional at the firm filed a federal lawsuit accusing the firm and ULX Partners LLC, its joint venture with UnitedLex, of gender discrimination.

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