Attorneys with Delaware firm Ross Aronstam & Moritz are among those representing McDonald’s Corp. in its case against former CEO Stephen Easterbrook, who was ousted last year after he was found to have had a relationship with another employee.

McDonald’s filed its complaint, signed by Garrett B. Moritz of Ross Aronstam, Monday in the Delaware Court of Chancery, stating Easterbrook’s termination would have been handled differently had information about his alleged sexual relationships with several other employees been known.

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