Jones Day Pans 'Inflammatory' Allegations In Sex Bias Suit

Law360 (October 9, 2019, 12:18 PM EDT) -- The latest version of a gender discrimination suit by female former Jones Day associates tacks on allegations that range from being “redundant” to “merely inflammatory," the BigLaw powerhouse said, urging a D.C. federal judge to pare down their proposed class and collective action. 

On Tuesday, Jones Day lodged a 125-page answer to the women’s Aug. 16 third amended complaint, as well as a supplemental filing supporting a previous motion to narrow the suit, which alleges that Jones Day mistreats women, especially mothers.

Jones Day pressed a federal judge to narrow a sex bias suit brought by female former associates. (Getty) According to...

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