Roberta Liebenberg writes,"I often describe myself as a “unicorn” in the legal profession. I have been practicing law for more than 43 years, and I still have a very active, full-time practice. I love being a lawyer and feel very fortunate to work on so many interesting and challenging cases on beha
Patricia K. Gillette writes, "Dorothy. For most of us, that name evokes immediate images of a young woman, a tornado, and the wicked witch. Yes, the Wizard of Oz. But one image Dorothy never conjures up is that of a female leader. And yet, isn’t that is exactly what Dorothy was?
Ephrat Livni writes, "Before the soccer match in Tehran even began on Saturday (Nov. 10), Iranian women already felt the thrill of victory. For the first time since a de facto ban on female attendance was instituted after the Islamic Revolution of 1979, about 1,000 women were permitted to attend a l
Emma Hinchliffe writes, "Bringing people together in the real world comes with risk—and Uber wants to be a leader in tracking and understanding the sexual harassment and assault that happens in those spaces.
The ridesharing company on Monday debuted what it’s calling a “taxonomy” of sexual offenses
Daisuke Wakabayashi and Jessica Silver-Greenberg write, “SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook said on Friday that it would no longer force employees to settle sexual harassment claims in private arbitration, making it the latest technology company to do away with a practice that critics say has stacked the deck