Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll has lost its attempt to halt a gender discrimination claim before it began by a real estate partner in the Baltimore office.

After attempting to resolve internally alleged issues of inequitable pay and the piecemeal removal of her practice over the course of a decade, Jane Ennis Sheehan had confidentially presented on May 9 gender discrimination claims and a demand letter to Ballard Spahr Chairman Arthur Makadon through her counsel, according to court documents from both sides.

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