Men have standing to sue for sex discrimination even when they claim to be the “indirect” victims of bias against women as long as they can show “injury-in-fact,” a federal appeals court has ruled.

The ruling in Anjelino v. New York Times Co. revives a suit brought by 14 women and nine men who said they suffered from pervasive sex and race discrimination when they worked at one the newspaper’s main mail rooms in New Jersey.

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