Polsinelli, Gay Bankruptcy Atty To Arbitrate Bias Claims

Law360 (May 18, 2021, 4:49 PM EDT) -- Polsinelli PC and a prominent bankruptcy attorney who claimed the firm denied him resources and boxed him out of meetings because he is gay have agreed to arbitrate their dispute, both sides told a Texas federal court Tuesday.

Former Polsinelli partner Trey A. Monsour — who is now a partner at Fox Rothschild LLP — and his former firm said in a stipulation that they had decided to end his pending lawsuit and hash out their differences in arbitration.

Last month, the firm argued in its motion to dismiss that Monsour's employment agreement contained a binding arbitration provision that he "ignored"...

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