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Prestigious University Charged with Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

Assistant Professor of Finance and Economics at Columbia University Suffers from Sexual Harassment and Gender Discrimination. New York – Columbia University was slammed with a lawsuit from Enrichetta Ravina, assistant finance and economics professor in the Columbia Business School, regarding the sexual harassment and gender discrimination she faced during her employment and preparations to apply… Read more »

The NBA Sets a Phenomenal Example of Gender Equality for Fans

NBA Joins Advocates of Women’s Empowerment to Embrace Gender Equality Throughout the past two seasons, the National Basketball Association has teamed up with Lean In, an organization that changes lives through peer support circles. The unity between the NBA and Lean In displays an admirable approach to gender equality through forming healthy relationships with women…. Read more »

Jackson County Sheriff’s Office receives Strike 3 for Sexual Harassment

Third Female Employee Addresses Workplace Sexual Harassment and Discrimination. Jackson County, MO – An administrative assistant allegedly affected by workplace sexual harassment filed a discrimination complaint against the Jackson County sheriff’s office. Approximately a year after Jackson County sheriff’s office settled a sexual harassment complaint with one of their former employees, Christine L. Lynde, the… Read more »

One In Four American Women Sexually Harassed

Employment Law Blog Workplace Sexual harassment is extremely common for women and quite concerning for men in the United States today. It turns out that out of every four women, one of them has been the victim of sexual harassment at work –and a quarter of working men say that they worry about false claims of… Read more »