Napoli Shkolnik has filed a lawsuit against one of its own attorneys, claiming the lawyer collected hundreds of thousands of dollars from the New York-based firm while taking advantage of remote work to focus on her own practice.

The lawsuit alleges that Heather Palmore “quiet quit”—a purported trend in which employees do the absolute bare minimum required by their job—after conning Napoli Shkolnik into hiring her by misrepresenting her qualifications. This is believed to be the first suit of its kind filed as employers grapple with hybrid work practices.

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