Workplace Harassment


 

Court rulings on Riot Games’ gender discrimination cases

LA court reportedly rules that several female employees must bring most claims to arbitration in Riot gender discrimination case Riot will still have to “fight on two fronts,” however. 1/25/2021 — by Andreas Stavropoulos for Dot Esports (Read the story below, or here at dotesports.com) A Los Angeles court made several rulings today in the case between Riot Games and female employees alleging gender discrimination and sexual harassment.The court reportedly ruled that plaintiffs who signed [...]

Toolkit for Surviving Workplace Discrimination and Harassment by Genie Harrison for Ms. Magazine

In Case of Emergency: Your Toolkit for Surviving Workplace Discrimination and Harassment November 12, 2019 — by Genie Harrison for Ms. Magazine We all know the importance of engaging in physical and emotional self-care. For many of us, self-care includes ensuring that we get enough sleep, work out, stay hydrated and wear sunscreen. But I answer dozens of calls and emails every week from women whose rights have been violated in the workplace—and it’s [...]

Huffpost Interview With Genie Harrison

How This Lawyer Is Trying To Hit Harvey Weinstein Where It Hurts Sexual harassment attorney Genie Harrison has tackled Weinstein and Kevin Spacey — and now she’s going after the system. September 11, 2019 — By Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani Watch the entire interview on sexual harassment attorney Genie Harrison at Huffington Post here > 

#MeToo in the Music Industry

When music producers are accused of being predators March 1, 2019  — By Mesfin Fekadu for the Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — Jessie Woo just wanted to sing. So when the budding vocalist met a successful music producer who told her he wanted to help her with her music, she believed him. Then, one night seven years ago, the producer raped her, she said. It was not the only time she was preyed upon [...]

The new Omnibus Sexual Harassment Bill SB1300

The following op-ed was published in the Pasadena Star News on December 1, 2018. See you in court, office harassers Workplaces in California should soon become safer now that Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a spate of bills spawned by the #MeToo movement, including one that gives employees the right to hold others accountable the very first time they violate workplace protection laws. That change is earth-shattering. Sexual harassment victims will be able to [...]

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