Proskauer Rose on Wednesday hit back at an amended $50 million gender discrimination complaint from Washington, D.C., partner Connie Bertram, disputing the suit’s depiction of how her business stacks up against peers and presenting a different portrayal of events that Bertram pointed to as examples of alleged mistreatment and retaliation.

The law firm filed an answer to Bertram’s amended complaint in Washington federal court late Wednesday, denying the labor and employment partner’s allegations that gender bias led to her receiving unfair pay.

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