A group of female former Jones Day associates suing the firm over pay discrimination have elected to drop class action claims against the firm.

In a joint status report filed late Monday, attorneys for the six women suing the firm and for Jones Day indicated the women had decided to cast aside the class action claims after analyzing the nationwide evaluation and compensation data provided by the firm. They also agreed to drop their individual disparate impact claims related to the firm’s compensation model, while other individual claims will remain active.

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