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$200M Gender Discrimination Lawsuit Against Jones Day

(Reuters) – One of the plaintiffs waging a $200 million gender discrimination lawsuit against Jones Day alleges that a male associate at the firm made $350,000 in 2016 despite billing no hours.
It’s one of several apparently fresh allegations in an unredacted brief in the case, in which a group of female former Jones Day associates accuses the firm of favoring male associates on pay and promotions.
The brief, originally filed last month and then resubmitted without redactions Wednesday, opposes Jones Day’s bid to dislodge remaining equal pay claims in the case.

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