Law360 (April 30, 2018, 12:16 PM EDT) -- Three California-based associates hit Morrison & Foerster LLP with a $100 million proposed class action Monday that alleges the firm delays pay and advancement opportunities for female attorneys who take maternity leave or avail themselves of benefits the firm offers working mothers.
Three California-based Morrison & Foerster LLP associates said in their pregnancy bias class action filed Monday that the firm has an “old boys’ club” culture. (Law360)
The associates, all of whom sued under Jane Doe pseudonyms, said in a complaint filed in San Francisco federal court that their expected promotions and accompanying pay increases were held up when they returned from...
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