A Washington, D.C., federal court judge ruled Friday that a former Jones Day associate’s claims that the firm’s parental leave policy discriminates against fathers can move forward.

U.S. District Judge Randolph Moss of the District of Columbia found that Jones Day had failed to make it definitively clear that the eight additional weeks of leave it generally grants to birth mothers was connected to the “disability” incurred as a result of childbirth.

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