A female shareholder at labor and employment firm Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart has sued the firm for gender discrimination, seeking class status and $300 million in damages.

The lawsuit, filed by Orange County-based nonequity shareholder Dawn Knepper, is the latest filed by David Sanford of Sanford Heisler Sharp. He has also sued the legacy Chadbourne & Parke and the now-defunct Sedgwick, among others, for similar claims.

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