Three firmwide leaders at Jones Day are responsible for making compensation decisions at the 2,500-lawyer firm, according to the newest filing in the $200 million gender discrimination lawsuit against the firm.

This allegation was made in a Monday filing by a group of former female associates who are seeking conditional certification for their Equal Pay Act claims against Jones Day. The plaintiffs accuse the firm of perpetuating a culture of gender discrimination through its compensation model and leadership structure.

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