The New York Times article The Case of the Unemployed Man article A few weeks ago, a man who was employed at a law firm in New York City filed a lawsuit against his business partner, accusing him of stealing the client’s business.
The plaintiff, a 28-year-old lawyer named David Simon, had worked at the firm for seven years.
He was on disability, and the firm had agreed to pay him a salary of $110,000 a year.
But on July 15, 2015, Simon left his job at a different law firm and was fired.
He sued Simon, alleging that he stole the client money.
In a statement to the court, Simon said, “I’m no longer an employee of the firm.”
Simon said he was angry with his partner for “shooting his foot in the water.”
But the plaintiff did not dispute that he was fired from the firm.
The law firm has declined to comment on the case.
Simon said that he has worked for law firms for more than 25 years, but that he had worked for the firm only a few months earlier.
“I never stole from anyone, ever,” he said.
“We didn’t have a conflict of interest.”
A few weeks later, Simon sued the business for $1.4 million, alleging breach of contract, unfair dismissal, unjust enrichment and breach of fiduciary duty.
Simon, who had worked from the time he was a teenager until his late twenties, said that his partner was the one who “stole the money.”
He said that Simon took his credit cards, and used them to pay his rent.
Simon said that after they divorced, he stopped paying his rent for the past two years.
Simon says that he is entitled to a substantial percentage of the money that Simon takes out of the business.
Simon says that after he was out of work, he began to feel more and more anxious.
“Every day I wake up and I’m thinking about what my life is going to be like,” he told the court.
“My whole life is about money.”
Simon, a licensed attorney who was on his way to practicing law in Texas, says that during his employment, he was given more and better jobs.
But, in January 2016, he had to leave the firm and start looking for a new job.
He says that it took him about six months to find a new firm.
In March, he filed suit against Simon and the law firm that he worked for.
Simon has denied the accusations and has not responded to a request for comment from the Times.
The New York Attorney General’s Office declined to say whether it would investigate the allegations against Simon.