When labor and employment lawyer Bettina “Betsy” Plevan goes to court, she often finds herself facing off against another woman. “It would be rare not to have women on both sides in an employment case,” says Plevan, a partner at New York’s Proskauer Rose. Plaintiffs lawyer Anne Vladeck, a partner at Vladeck, Waldman, Elias & Engelhard, agrees. “It’s not unusual for the courtroom to be all women in an employment case; you won’t find that in an antitrust case,” Vladeck says. “If a man walked by, he’d probably think we’re sitting around talking about shopping.”
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