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Andrea Mazingo, left, and Nilab Rahyar Tolton Andrea Mazingo, left, and Nilab Rahyar Tolton, the two named plaintiffs seeking to represent a class of women suing Jones Day for “systematic discrimination.” (Courtesy photo)

Lawyers for four women seeking to keep their identities hidden in a gender bias suit against Jones Day argued Thursday that it should be an easy decision for the federal judge handling the matter.

Dan Packel

Dan Packel covers law firms' global strategy and economics. Based in Philadelphia, he writes a weekly briefing for Law.com, "The Law Firm Disrupted," exploring change and innovation in the legal services market. Contact him at dpackel@alm.com. On Twitter at @packeld

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