Well, I guess you can’t blame a firm for giving it the old college try.

As I wrote in my last post about the gender discrimination suit against Jones Day (“Jones Day Is So Secretive About Why It’s So Secretive”), the firm is fighting to block any sliver of sunlight on the case. It is so determined to keep the public from glimpsing any details about the litigation that it has asked the court to put all documents under seal, including the complaint filed by former Jones Day partner Wendy Moore—even though the complaint has been in the public and widely covered by the media for two weeks. (Query: Does that mean that the firm is asking the court to make all media outlets scrub all mention of the complaint?)

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