Morrison & Foerster is seizing on the withdrawal of $100 million in proposed class action claims by two ex-lawyers who alleged the firm discriminates against pregnant women and new mothers, casting the move as a kind of vindication.

But the case isn’t over, and the Sanford Heisler Sharp attorneys representing plaintiffs Sherry William and Joshua Ashley Klayman outright rejected MoFo chairman Larren Nashelsky’s assertion that stripping class claims from the case “validates what we’ve said here since the beginning.”

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