Anonymity Order Unsealed In Jones Day Gender Bias Case

Law360 (September 11, 2019, 10:40 PM EDT) -- A Washington, D.C., federal court on Wednesday revealed some of the reasoning behind its decision last month to deny anonymity to one of the attorneys suing Jones Day for alleged gender bias, although the court kept the woman’s identity under wraps since she is no longer part of the case.

U.S. District Judge Randolph Moss initially sealed his Aug. 7 order denying anonymity to “Doe 4” in order to give both sides an opportunity to suggest redactions before a public version was released.

In the August order, made public on Wednesday in redacted form, Judge Moss said the public’s interest in...

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