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Former, current KPMG women seek class status in lawsuit

Tammy Whitehouse | November 28, 2018

More than 1,100 women who are current and former KPMG professionals are seeking class status in U.S. District Court Court for their various allegations of gender discrimination.

The motion brings together women employed in KPMG’s advisory and tax areas dating back to 2008 who say the firm “engages in a pattern or practice of intentional discrimination.” The women are current or former associates, senior associates, managers, senior managers, directors, and managing directors who say they have been harmed by pay or promotion disparities. KPMG is contesting the claims....

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