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Why Latham's Sex Scandal Isn't BigLaw's #MeToo Moment

Law360 (March 21, 2018, 9:31 PM EDT) -- The Tuesday resignation of Latham & Watkins LLP Chair Bill Voge amid a sexual misconduct scandal investigated by Law360 showcases how personal behavior can become a professional liability for attorneys, but experts say it falls well short of a #MeToo reckoning for BigLaw.

Bill Voge's resignation has struck a chord in an environment well-tuned into sexual misconduct issues. Above, a Seattle Women's March participant in January. (AP) Voge's resignation over lewd messages and allegedly intimidating behavior toward a woman unconnected to the firm has struck a chord in...
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