The lone remaining anonymous plaintiff in the $200 million federal gender bias class action against Jones Day has removed her name and specific allegations from the lawsuit in response to a judge’s order that she reveal her identity by Monday.

When attorneys from Sanford Heisler Sharp initially filed the lawsuit in April, two former female associates at Jones Day revealed their names, but four sought anonymity, citing a fear that the firm would retaliate against them.

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