Ex-Patton Boggs Partner Sues Firm Over Discrimination

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Roy Lessy, a former partner at Patton Boggs, is suing the firm for discrimination, claiming he was treated unfairly and not paid money he was owed after he resigned because he had a disability.

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  • Tom

    how is it that a non equity partner is required to contribute capital to the firm?

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