Baker McKenzie partner embroiled in sexual assault scandal to leave as firm faces SRA scrutiny

Bakers gears up to launch independent review into its handling of alleged assault and confirms partner involved will go

The Baker McKenzie partner at the centre of a sexual assault scandal is set to leave the firm as it faces scrutiny from the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) over its handling of the alleged incident.

The global firm confirmed today (5 February) that the partner who allegedly assaulted a female associate is to leave, with the news coming as the SRA seeks further information from Bakers about its handling of the incident.

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