Roberta Kaplan and Rachel Tuchman write, "As a result of the national conversation around #MeToo and #TimesUp, the legal industry is finally starting to engage in the long overdue discussion about sexual harassment within our own profession. Just last week, the Women’s Bar Association of Massachuset
Eleanor Salsbury writes, "According to a study done by the Defense Research Institute, approximately 70 percent of women attorneys have experienced gender bias in the courtroom, and sexual harassment remains widespread in the judiciary system. Now, amidst the #MeToo movement, women attorneys and jud
Renae Reints writes, "American sports apparel giant Nike is giving raises to more than 7,000 employees and adjusting their bonus plans for employees globally. The changes were announced Monday after the company completed an internal pay review and are meant to address pay equity and improve company
Matt Zapotosky writes, "Alex Kozinski had largely retreated from public life since allegations of sexual misconduct prompted him to retire as a federal appeals court judge last year. Even as his case sparked changes in how the judiciary handles harassment, the outspoken jurist remained silent — neve
Rishi Iyengar writes, "Sanitary pads are now tax-free in India.
The Indian government has decided to scrap a controversial 12% tax on the feminine hygiene products, it announced late Saturday, marking a victory for campaigners who have lobbied against the tax for more than a year.