May 1, 2018
New York Sexual Harassment Attorney

Sexual Harassment In The Financial Industry Is All Too Common

The epidemic of workplace sexual harassment has become the norm in many industries over the past century. A nationwide call to action has brought this issue to the surface. Among numerous industries where sexual harassment is rampant, the financial industry has its own alarming rate of sexual harassment complaints – for more than one reason. Learn more.
February 22, 2018

Sexual Harassment & Wages In Restaurants | Amy Poehler

Sexual Harassment & the Need for Higher Wages in Restaurants Addressed by Amy Poehler, Parks and Recreation Star...
January 3, 2014

Chicago Housing agency settles sex harassment case for $99,000

The Chicago Housing Authority agreed to pay $99,000 to a former employee who accused the head of the agency of sexual harassment, according to the Chicago Tribune, which obtained details of the confidential settlement through a Freedom of Information Act request. The head of the agency, Charles Woodyard was accused of sexually harassing and having physical contact with a female employee, who alleged she was disciplined and then fired for complaining. Woodyard left his post […]
September 17, 2013

Rutgers AD Julie Hermann linked to sexual discrimination suit at Louisville

Julie Hermann, recently hired Rutgers athletic director, has been connected with a sexual discrimination lawsuit when she was at Louisville. Hermann was hired less than two weeks ago by Rutgers University. According to a complaint, while at Louisville, Hermann allegedly fired a female assistant track and field coach in 2008 after she complained of discriminatory treatment from the head coach. This is the second allegation to surface since Hermann took the Rutgers position. Just after […]
June 24, 2013

New Yorkers travel to Capitol for #NY4Women Rally and Lobby Day

New Yorkers from every corner of the state are headed to the Capitol in Albany to join thousands for a rally and legislative meetings in support of the Women’s Equality Agenda. The Agenda is Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s groundbreaking 10-point plan aimed at improving the lives of New York’s 10 million women by removing significant barriers to women’s full and equal participation in society. The #NY4Women Rally and Lobby Day is a grassroots effort to organizing […]
June 12, 2013

Ft. Campbell to Host Roundtable on Sexual Harassment

Fort Campbell will host a roundtable discussion on the U.S. military’s ongoing struggles in addressing sexual discrimination, harassment and assaults. In the recent months there have been numerous controversies exposing the military’s sexual harassment and assault epidemic. The roundtable discussion, designed to answer questions from the media, will feature Brig. Gen. Mark Stammer and a panel of subject matter experts who will explain how the division is trying to combat assaults on post and in […]
May 17, 2013

Several States Set Sights on Workplace Anti-Bullying Legislation

More than a dozen states, including New York, are considering enacting laws that would allow victims to seek compensation from employers and pressure them to stop bullying in the workplace. Bullying in the workplace can include behavior ranging from verbal abuse by a supervisor to cruel comments and teasing by a co-worker. Many lawmakers and taxpayers are supporting the measure to secure such protection in the workplace. However, business groups like the US Chamber of […]