While some law firms find themselves defending gender discrimination lawsuits brought by their current or former lawyers, other law firms are garnering business from the increase in gender bias suits against law firms and other companies.
Meredith Hobbs | April 11, 2019
Business has been booming for the top-grossing U.S. labor and employment law firms: Littler, Ogletree, Jackson Lewis and Fisher Phillips.
Phillip Bantz | April 01, 2019
Companies in the financial, technology, retail and health care industries were graded across five categories: equal pay gap, median pay gap, racial pay gap, transparency and commitment to pay equality. The results suggest companies in every sector are struggling, though some more than others.
"I think the fear for me is in not holding powerful institutions and larger employers accountable, and in allowing law institutions like Jones Day to escape scrutiny," lawyer and plaintiff Nilab Tolton said.
Hannah Roberts | April 08, 2019
The worst offenders have emerged in the analysis by Law.com affiliate Legal Week of the top 50 U.K. firms ranked by gender pay gap.
Ryan Lovelace | April 10, 2019
As it grows its docket of Big Law gender discrimination suits, Sanford Heisler is growing its own partnership, too.
Ross Todd | April 09, 2019
The firm is targeting the attorneys at Sanford Heisler Sharp who brought the suit, as well as one of the anonymous plaintiffs.
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