The sex discrimination suit against Cozen O’Connor by a female partner who claimed she was ousted because of a political double standard has been quietly settled.

Court records in Biswanger v. Cozen O’Connor show that just one month after the firm filed its formal answer to Patricia Biswanger’s suit, lawyers on both sides filed a stipulation of dismissal.

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