What started as a blockbuster $200 million class action gender bias suit against Jones Day has now finally petered out, with the last plaintiff in the case, Katrina Henderson, filing to dismiss the claims against her former firm earlier this week.

But even if the class action allegations never made it to the courtroom and the specifics of how the six women’s individual claims against the firm were resolved are not public, the intensive coverage of the case in Washington, D.C., federal court is likely to have reminded observers of the persistence of pay discrimination in the legal industry.

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