Law360 (September 16, 2019, 2:27 PM EDT) -- Jones Day told a federal judge Monday that while allowing female ex-associates accusing the firm of gender discrimination to expand their lawsuit "would not serve the interests of justice," the legal powerhouse will consent to their revisions to avoid getting bogged down in procedural wrangling.
Jones Day said it won't try to block an updated complaint from women suing the firm for gender discrimination, after reaching a deal to "streamline" certain procedural components of the case. (Getty)
Monday's response brief comes after U.S. District Judge Randolph Moss earlier this month struck the ex-associates' third amended complaint, agreeing with Jones Day that...
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