US judge approves adding Norton Rose Fulbright to Chadbourne sex bias lawsuit

Firm embroiled in $100m gender bias lawsuit filed against merger partner Chadbourne

Norton Rose Fulbright can be added to a $100m gender bias lawsuit filed last year against its merger partner, Chadbourne & Parke, a federal magistrate judge has ruled.

Former partner Kerrie Campbell (pictured) filed the suit last August, alleging Chadbourne consistently underpaid women.

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