MoFo Settles With 5 'Mommy Track' Accusers In $200M Suit

Law360 (December 2, 2019, 5:48 PM EST) -- Morrison & Foerster LLP has settled with five of the seven female attorneys who alleged in a $200 million proposed class action that it placed them on a less lucrative "mommy track," with the remaining lawyers planning to drop their pseudonyms when they amend their complaint later this month, according to court documents.

Morrison & Foerster LLP has reached a deal with five of the seven female lawyers who alleged the law firm put them on a less lucrative "mommy track." (Cara Salvatore | Law360) The terms of the settlement that was struck in September between the firm and the attorneys were...

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