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Chadbourne plans vote on ouster of partner who filed $100M gender bias suit - Labor and Employment Law News

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Posted on: Apr 13, 2017

Chadbourne & Parke is scheduling a vote on whether to oust a partner who filed a $100 million class action claiming the law firm has “a culture of discrimination against female attorneys.”

Chadbourne announced plans for a vote Wednesday, the Am Law Daily (sub. req.), Bloomberg Big Law Business and Above the Law report. The vote will determine whether the firm expels partner Kerrie Campbell, who claimed in her suit that female partners are underpaid and shut out of law firm leadership. Her suit has been joined by two other former Chadbourne partners, one of whom still serves as of counsel to the firm.

Read the full article from the ABA Journal here.

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