The new attorneys representing former ESPN anchor and legal analyst Adrienne Lawrence in her federal sexual harassment lawsuit against the sports network hope to make the case a class action lawsuit.

In a Friday interview with the Connecticut Law Tribune, Wigdor LLP partners Michael Willemin and Jeanne Christensen said there are many past and current female employees of the Bristol-based network who were allegedly sexually harassed like Lawrence. The attorneys said they will seek class action status as soon as they are officially admitted on the case by a judge. That procedural matter, Christensen said, should be done soon.

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