Suit Over Bank Exec's Alleged Masturbation Session Dropped

By Anne Cullen (April 5, 2021, 1:44 PM EDT) -- A former analyst for an Illinois-based investment bank has dropped her federal lawsuit alleging she was sacked for filing a complaint that she walked in on a top executive masturbating in a conference room, but her attorney said the legal battle isn't over.

Attorneys for Logan Williams, who worked as a first-year analyst in the Manhattan office of Marathon Capital between July 2019 and August 2020, told a New York federal court on Friday that Williams is pulling the plug on her gender discrimination and retaliation lawsuit.

A lawyer for Williams, Wigdor LLP partner Michael J. Willemin, told Law360 that Williams was...

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