Miami law firm Shutts & Bowen is under fire from a former partner, who alleges he was defamed and deprived of a raise after reporting that a colleague was neglecting a client’s case.

The lawsuit filed by Christopher Prusaski in Miami-Dade Circuit Court accuses Shutts & Bowen and two employees of civil conspiracy, and defamation or defamation per se, and claims the firm has a history of overbilling clients.

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