Partner in sex bias case says Norton Rose pushed Chadbourne to fire her before merger
Firm accused of encouraging Chadbourne to fire litigator before completion of tie-up
Norton Rose Fulbright, now a defendant in a $100m gender discrimination lawsuit that was originally filed against merger partner Chadbourne & Parke, is facing new claims that it aided and abetted Chadbourne’s conduct by encouraging the firm to fire named plaintiff Kerrie Campbell before the merger deal closed.
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