Maybe it was inevitable that the #MeToo movement would come back to bite women.

On one hand, women seem more powerful than ever. It’s not just mighty titans like Harvey Weinstein or Les Moonves who’ve fallen because of allegations of sexual harassment, but hardworking stiffs of the legal profession like former Mayer Brown partner James Tanenbaum and that mystery partner from Baker McKenzie’s London office (whose identity most of us know), among others.

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