He enumerated his feelings in an email sent to colleagues and clients after he left the firm and joined Littler Mendelson, a 950-lawyer competitor of Ogletree's. He took with him six former shareholders and two associates.Last modified on Wednesday, 29 May 2013
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Lawyer Quits, Emails Dirty Laundry to Clients, Colleagues
Don Prophete, 45, resigned from the Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart's law firm in Kansas City, Missouri after what he described as a "completely unacceptable" response to accusations made by one of the firm’s lawyers that she had been harassed and discriminated against by an office manager, according to a Reuters report.
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