The longtime chief operating officer at Shutts & Bowen has sued to collect a 2019 bonus he alleges the Am Law 200 firm refuses to pay him after he resigned to take a job at competitor Carlton Fields.

Shutts & Bowen won’t pay him the  bonus, Frederick O’Malley alleges in a complaint filed June 16, “to punish him solely because he resigned from his at-will position in January 2020, and started working at another law firm.”

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