MoFo Sex Bias Accuser Unmasks Herself As Linklaters Bigwig

Law360 (December 10, 2019, 11:59 AM EST) -- One of two previously unnamed women behind a proposed class action accusing Morrison & Foerster LLP of marginalizing moms identified herself Tuesday as prominent blockchain expert and current Linklaters U.S. fintech group leader Joshua Ashley Klayman.

Klayman, who was known as Jane Doe 6 before naming herself in a notice withdrawing her motion to proceed under a pseudonym Tuesday, alleges the firm pushed her out after reneging on promises to consider her for partnership because she took maternity leave. The suit accuses MoFo of similarly discriminating against a class comprising all its female attorneys.

The other unnamed woman revealed herself to...

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