An in-house lawyer at Pacific Investment Management Co. has filed a gender and race discrimination lawsuit against the firm and its general and deputy counsels.

Andrea Martin Inokon, senior counsel and senior vice president, alleges that white men dominate the leadership roles at the Newport Beach, California-based firm, which treats women and minorities unfairly and “operates as a fraternity in a perversely literal sense,” according to the complaint.  

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