Jones Day is once again relying on its own lawyers to fight accusations of systematic gender bias within the firm.

Just as it did in a 2018 lawsuit brought by former partner Wendy Moore, the firm is deploying its own talent to ward off a proposed class action suit by six female former associates who claimed in an April complaint that Jones Day’s “black box” compensation model, leadership structure and culture serve to systematically deny women equal pay and opportunity for advancement.

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