Jones Day now faces allegations of gender bias in its Atlanta and New York offices, as three formerly anonymous, female ex-associates have unmasked themselves, and one new accuser has joined their claims in the $200 million class action against the firm.

The 127-page amended complaint, filed late Monday, also includes new salary details from the six original plaintiffs. These purportedly demonstrate that, contrary to Jones Day’s assertion that top-performing associates earn at the “upper level of the markets in which we operate,” the women were not compensated along the “Cravath scale.”

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