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Jones Day Seeks To Unmask Jane Doe Attys In Sex Bias Suit

Law360 (May 21, 2019, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Jones Day is looking to identify the former associates behind a $200 million pregnancy and gender discrimination suit against the firm, arguing Monday that the women haven't demonstrated sufficient grounds or evidence to hide their identities from the public.

The putative class action, brought by named plaintiffs Nilab Rahyar Tolton and Andrea Mazingo and four unnamed plaintiffs, accuses the firm of systematically underpaying women, devaluing their work and kicking them to the curb when they have children. The Jane Does requested to file anonymously because the suit included "sensitive information" and put them at "risk of retaliation," according to their April motion...

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