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CHALLENGER – Retired Baker McKenzie partner Creighton Meland Jr. is the named plaintiff in a federal lawsuit challenging a California law that requires corporations to include women on their boards of directors. Cheryl Miller reports that the former banking and finance partner in the firm’s Chicago office, represented by the Pacific Legal Foundation, argues that the new law “is not only deeply patronizing to women, it is also plainly unconstitutional.”

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