A federal judge in Washington, D.C., dismissed some claims by former female associates at Jones Day over alleged discriminatory practices at the firm, but allowed others to stand.

U.S. District Judge Randolph Moss of the District of Columbia on Tuesday sided with Jones Day in dismissing some of the claims presented in amended complaints against the firm, finding there was insufficient evidence behind the claims, or that the plaintiffs attorneys with Sanford Heisler Sharp did not reasonably show the alleged practices violated the law. However, he found, at this stage of the proceedings, the plaintiffs had provided enough information to the court to let other allegations stand.

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