New York’s highest court heard arguments Thursday in a case over whether Michael Bloomberg could be subject to liability in a lawsuit that accuses a former supervisor at his company of raping another employee.

The case involved a lawsuit brought by a former Bloomberg L.P. employee who has accused Nicholas Ferris, a former supervisor at the company, of harassment and rape. Ferris could not be reached for a comment Thursday, but he has denied the allegations.

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