Chadbourne & Parke and its successor firm, Norton Rose Fulbright, have agreed to settle a high-profile gender discrimination case brought by three former women partners, according to court papers filed Wednesday in Manhattan federal court.

To resolve the plaintiffs’ claims under the Equal Pay Act, the defendants will pay $1 million to former Washington, D.C.-based Chadbourne partner Kerrie Campbell, $750,000 to New York-based Mary Yelenick and $250,000 to former Ukrainian partner Jaroslawa Johnson, as well as $1.08 million in attorney fees to plaintiffs firm Sanford Heisler Sharp.

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