Stephanie Forshee writes, "A new survey coming out of the U.K. shows that legal spend and priorities within the department differ based on whether a male or female is in charge. U.K.-based legal research firm Acritas Research Ltd. surveyed nearly 1,800 senior in-house counsel across the globe for
Margot Roosevelt writes, "'Raise your hand if you are for equal pay for equal jobs – no one would argue with that,' employment attorney Christopher Olm-sted told a crowd of human resources executives at a Long Beach conference last week.
Elizabeth Olson writes, "When Kerrie L. Campbell joined the Washington office of the law firm Chadbourne & Parke in January 2014, she brought more than two decades of experience in consumer product safety and product defamation litigation. But she contends that other Chadbourne partners shut her out
Minda Zetlin writes, "I wish this were a joke, but it isn't. If you want to be a successful woman, you can have any hair color you like. But if you crave a leadership position, such as elected office, CEO of a large company, or head of a prestigious organization, you should dye your hair blonde if
Nassim Khadem writes, "When she first started in business, Singtel's chief executive Chua Sock Koong used to get mistaken for the secretary.'When I was younger, I remember stepping into many meetings, particularly in Asia, where people would immediately assume I was the secretary standing by to