Pacific Investment Management Co. has responded to a lawsuit from one of its senior counsel, who alleges that the firm’s leaders, including its top in-house lawyers, systematically discriminate against employees because of their gender and race. 

Andrea Martin Inokon, who is black, alleged in a complaint filed in September in California’s Orange County Superior Court that PIMCO “operates as a fraternity” where white men dominate leadership roles and treat women and minorities unfairly. 

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