Seven months after slapping a $100 million gender bias suit against Chadbourne & Parke, litigation partner Kerrie Campbell could finally be on the outs. The firm said Wednesday that a partnership vote would be convened to decide whether to eject her.

A Chadbourne spokesman said in a statement that a partnership meeting will be scheduled to “consider and vote upon a motion to expel Kerrie Campbell from the partnership.” The firm, as it has stated in court filings, noted that Campbell was asked by Chadbourne’s management committee to leave voluntarily last year.

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