The lawsuit itself was juicy enough: Seven employees charged that oneof the nation’s largest publishing companies had systematicallyexcluded women from a lucrative stock purchasing plan that ultimatelymade some male co-workers millionaires.

But in recent weeks, it’s not the West Publishing Co. suit that’snotable; it’s the attack on two of the appellate judges who are hearingthe case.

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