Lawsuit Alleges Firm Scuttled Gay Attorney's Lateral Move

, The Legal Intelligencer


An attorney has sued Philadelphia personal injury firms Anapol Schwartz Weiss Cohan Feldman & Smalley and Raynes McCarty, alleging Raynes McCarty withdrew its job offer to him based on false information it received from Anapol Schwartz after he voiced concerns to Anapol Schwartz leadership about what he believed was discrimination based on his sexual orientation.

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