A federal judge has pushed off a decision on whether Jones Day will have to hand over compensation data to plaintiffs in a lawsuit alleging gender discrimination at the firm.
U.S. District Judge Randolph Moss of the District of Columbia on Thursday said that he will wait to rule on a motion to dismiss from Jones Day in the case to determine which claims are still live and then determine what kind of discovery plaintiffs in the case can have.
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