Former employees at powerhouse law firm Jones Day claim there is a 'boys' club' culture and sexual discrimination
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Three federal lawsuits filed between 2016 and 2019 have contained claims of gender and pregnancy discrimination against the firm.One, filed in April 2019, claims that the firm discriminates against women by paying them less than male peers, while another, brought by a married couple who once worked together at
Business Insider found separate allegations that have not been previously reported or filed in a suit. The findings are a result of interviews with dozens of people who have worked at the firm. The people who shared allegations did so on the condition of anonymity for fear of repercussions, though their identities are known to us.Dave Petrou, senior manager of global public relations at Jones Day, did not respond to emails and follow-up phone calls about these previously unreported allegations.
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