Tag Archives: Carla Roberson

Harvard Graduate Sues School for Sexual Harassment Made By Fellow Student

New York City, New Jersey and Philadelphia Sexual Harassment Lawyers A Harvard graduate filed a lawsuit against the University claiming she was sexually assaulted and then coerced to reside in the same quarters as her attacker.  The victim stated that she not only felt like the school did not do its job to protect her… Read more »

Judge Denies Kesha Contract Release from Sony Records

New York City, New Jersey and Philadelphia Sexual Harassment Lawyers Manhattan, NY – Kesha Rose Sebert, better known as the pop singer Kesha, who in past years has put out pop hits such as Tik Tok, We R Who We R and Blow, sat inside a Manhattan Supreme Court room with tears streaming down her… Read more »

Talk of Setting iPhones back to 1970 Made Me Think of This

IOS users who set their devices back to May 1970 or earlier ended up getting up a surprise when their iPhones, iPads, and iPods immediately stopped working. Apple has acknowledged there is a problem and they posted this announcement on their Apple Support website: “Manually changing the date to May 1970 or earlier can prevent… Read more »

Religious Discrimination Continues to Rise for Muslims

New York City, New Jersey and Philadelphia Religious Discrimination Lawyers America –Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly and petition.  Passed by congress September 1789 and now over 220 years later those same rights are still in existence.  It’s why many people have come to love this country, cherishing the uniqueness of America’s population and appreciating… Read more »

Rep Taylor Bennett Introduces Bill to Defy Pregnancy Discrimination at Work

New York City, New Jersey and Philadelphia Pregnancy Discrimination Lawyers House bill 972 has been introduced by Representative Taylor Bennett (D-Brookhaven) to protect pregnant women from being discriminated against and also to promote the full and equal participation of women in the workplace. The bill also requires businesses to provide reasonable accommodations at work for… Read more »

University of Tennessee Sexual Harassment Lawsuit References Peyton Manning

A group of woman filed a lawsuit against the University of Tennessee in which athlete, Peyton Manning was mentioned in the suit. According to the suit filed by six women on Tuesday in a Federal Court, the University of Tennessee set up a policy of indifference when it came to sexual assaults from student-athletes.  The… Read more »

Could Following Current Appearance Trends Affect Sexual Harassment?

Just about everyone wants to hear what’s going on with celebrities; from the latest trends to various outfits, what they are eating, where they are shopping, what they are reading…and the list goes on. The latest celebrity buzz is about Kim Kardashian and her newest hairstyle.  Kim K. like many other stars remarkably appreciates how… Read more »

Hello? Is Adele Promoting Sexual Harassment Through Her Music?

English singer and songwriter, Adele has won numerous awards for her music ranging from several Grammys to Golden Globe Awards. Adele is so talented that she’s even an honorable mention in the Guinness Book of World Records as having stupendous achievement for the success of one of her songs. On top of having a delightfully… Read more »

Three Women Win Discrimination Suit Against Chipotle

A federal grand jury determined that three general managers previously employed by Chipotle were subject to discrimination and then fired because of their gender. Tina Reynolds and Stephanie Ochoa sacrificed spending time with their families as they worked 70-80 hours per week at the job they felt a sense of accomplishment from. Both women said… Read more »

Positive Changes In New York Involve the Transgender Population

Positive change is taking place this year and it turns out, this time, it involves transgender New Yorkers. The change which became active as of Wednesday broadens the state’s current anti-discrimination guidelines to protect a transgender person against discrimination in accordance with loans, jobs, schools and public accommodations. Although discrimination is already prohibited in New… Read more »