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Shearman associate sacked after alleged sex harassment

Shearman & Sterling has sacked an associate after a vacation student claimed he sexually harassed her in a West End strip club. Shearman & Sterling has sacked one of its associates after a vacation student claimed that he sexually harassed her after taking her to a West End strip club. Shearmans has apologised to the […]

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