12:30 pm, July 29th | by Grace Rasmus
Three women are suing Merrill Lynch for gender discrimination after they were instructed to “seduce the boys club” in order to get ahead, the New York Post reports.
12:30 pm, July 23rd | by Colette McIntyre
Finally there is some good news for our poor uteri: a federal judge temporarily blocked North Dakota’s new anti-abortion law — the nation’s most restrictive.
1:45 pm, July 3rd | by Grace Rasmus
The company, infamous for its transparency, is now getting sued for not being transparent enough with shareholders about executive decisions. (Nailed it!)
12:30 pm, July 1st | by Grace Rasmus
In 2010, former dental assistant Melissa Nelson was fired by her boss for being too attractive and thus a threat to his marriage.
5:00 pm, June 28th | by Colette McIntyre
On Thursday New York’s highest court held that a government employer did not require a warrant to attach a GPS monitoring device to an employee’s car and track his movements for an entire month BECAUSE EVIDENTLY O’BRIEN WAS PRESIDING OVER THE CASE.
3:45 pm, June 24th | by Grace Rasmus
It was only a matter of time before we saw Part II of Revenge of the Unpaid Interns.
2:30 pm, June 12th | by Colette McIntyre
Could a recent court decision upend the business of unpaid internships?
5:00 pm, August 14th | by Laura Donovan
New Columbia graduate Carolyn Giles should be celebrating having obtained an Ivy League education, but she doesn’t have the privilege of doing that thanks to the Ford Models agency, which reportedly used her modeling photos for an escort ad and greatly misrepresented her identity.
10:45 am, August 2nd | by Amy Tennery
Ever told someone to “grow a pair”? Is it a vulgar thing to say? Sure. Inappropriate? Yea, pretty much. Illegal? Well, technically, it is now — in Italy.
6:30 pm, July 24th | by Amy Tennery
We all know that men still outnumber women in business schools by a staggering margin (much to our chagrin). But there’s one post-grad program in which the numbers of men and women are nearly equal: Law school. But while law school is roughly egalitarian, the law firm ranks are anything but. Numerous reports show the upper ranks of many U.S. law firms are as gender diverse as a frat house.
But could all this be changing?