A $300 million gender discrimination lawsuit brought by a former nonequity shareholder at Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart has reached its end in California federal court.

With a three-page stipulation, Ogletree and its former lawyer Dawn Knepper agreed to dismiss claims that the labor and employment specialty law firm “systematically overlooks, devalues, or undermines female attorneys as business generators, which adversely impacts their pay and promotion.”

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