I’m sort of amazed that Jones Day deigned to issue a public response to the class action lawsuit brought by six of its former associates for gender discrimination.

From my experience with the firm, it generally goes into shut-down mode when it feels challenged. But in this current case, Jones Day’s response was detailed—so much so that you get the impression that it’s waging a public relations battle.

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