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Controversy at Cochran Law Firm

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Controversy at Cochran Law Firm

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Controversy at Cochran Law Firm

Controversy at Cochran Law Firm

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Shawn Chapman Holley — a former colleague of the late, famed lawyer Johnnie Cochran — is suing the law firm he made famous, claiming racial and gender discrimination, fraud and breach of contract.

NPR's Tony Cox talks with Holley and her attorney, Dan Stormer, about the lawsuit, as well as Randy McMurray, managing partner of the Cochran law firm in Los Angeles.

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