Sexual harassment came to the legal profession in 1994, when a secretary at Baker & McKenzie filed a discrimination case against the firm and a partner. In 1998, a California Superior Court jury awarded her $7 million and the landscape of law firm conduct was trumpeted as being in the midst of a major change.  Last spring the news broke that a male partner at Holland & Knight’s Tampa office had been given the job of chief operating partner, prompting a number of complaints about his history of sexual harassment, which had, interestingly enough, not been brought to the attention of the firm’s administrators earlier. After extensive local and national news coverage, he resigned from his management position.