By Kevin Stawicki (May 10, 2019, 5:28 PM EDT) -- Two former Ogletree shareholders who joined a class action last year accusing the firm of underpaying women are angling to take the case's helm after the original named plaintiff's claims were kicked to arbitration.
Jocelyn Campanaro and Angelica Ochoa asked a California federal judge Thursday to intervene in the suit and transfer the case to Colorado, where both women had worked for Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart PC. In 2018, Campanaro and Ochoa opted into the collective action, which alleges Ogletree violated the Equal Pay Act by maintaining a discriminatory compensation system that favored male shareholders.
Because their claims haven't...
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