Calibuso, a Miami-area broker who had worked since 1995 for Bank of America and a predecessor, had been the only one of the five lead plaintiffs to oppose the settlement, which involved no admission of wrongdoing by the bank, court records show.
She rescinded her decision to opt out of the settlement after a Dec. 20 hearing, the records show.
Rachel Geman, a lawyer for the plaintiffs at Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, in an email said she was "pleased we were able to resolve this matter.''
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Chen awarded Geman's firm and co-counsel at Outten & Golden more than $12.6 million to cover fees and costs.
Bank of America had no immediate comment. Lawyers for the objectors did not respond to requests for comment.
Bank of America, based in Charlotte, North Carolina, had 15,624 financial advisers as of the end of September. Its $160 million accord with black brokers is one of the largest by an employer on a U.S. racial bias lawsuit.
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The gender case is Calibuso et al v. Bank of America Corp et al, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York, No. 10-01413.