The federal gender bias class action suit against Jones Day is slowly accumulating more named plaintiffs as former associates opt in to claims asserting systematic pay disparities.

After six plaintiffs, two named and four proceeding anonymously, detailed what they alleged to be a frat-house environment at the law firm and a compensation system that undervalues women, additional former associates are attaching their names to the action.

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