Mike Scarcella writes in The National Law Journal, "A federal judge’s reinstatement of an Obama-era workforce pay-data disclosure rule will pose “significant practical challenges” for the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and require the adjustment of deadlines imposed on employers, the U
Dan Packel writes in the National Law Journal, "Six female former Jones Day associates have accused the firm of widespread gender discrimination, claiming its “black box” compensation model, leadership structure and culture serve to systematically deny women equal pay and opportunity for advancement
Catherine Shoard writes in The Guardian, "Michelle Williams has spoken of her upset over revelations she was paid drastically less than her male co-star for work reshooting the thriller All the Money in the World.
Williams reportedly received less than $1,000 for her work on the hurried reconventio
Bill Ruthhart writes in the Chicago Tribune, "Lori Lightfoot won a resounding victory Tuesday night to become both the first African-American woman and openly gay person elected mayor of Chicago, dealing a stinging defeat to a political establishment that has reigned over City Hall for decades.
Otillia Steadman writes in BuzzFeed News, "A North Carolina school’s policy of requiring girls to wear skirts as part of their uniform was struck down by a federal judge for violating the Constitution’s equal protection clause.
“The skirts requirement causes the girls to suffer a burden the boys do