Two Chinese women have filed a lawsuit against the University of Illinois, claiming it deliberately overlooked their allegations of sexual violence and harassment by one of its professors in order to safeguard future revenues from the Chinese student population.
Honza Cervenka is interviewed by Channel 4 News on the rise of OnlyFans and how websites that allow users to upload pornographic content should be helping content creators enforce their copyright.
Dr. Ann Olivarius is interviewed by BBC Radio Oxford presenter Fleur Ostojak on the topic of revenge porn.
After a group of Mount Sinai employees sued for sex, age and race discrimination, New York’s City Council will vote this week to address racial and gender-based discrimination across all NYC healthcare institutions.
Kelsey Murrell explains the key legislative differences in reporting sexual assault at university in the UK versus the US; and why she’s holding universities accountable when they derail students’ lives.
Our client Nebesářová has taken legal action against Oscar Mayer after claiming she endured years of sexual harassment by a senior supervisor.
A woman who worked for three years at Oscar Mayer has launched legal action claiming she was subjected to constant, targeted sexual harassment and threatening behaviour by a senior supervisor whose unrelenting abuse went unaddressed by the company despite complaints.
Georgina Calvert-Lee’s article in Metro on how workplace sexual harassment has moved online during lockdown, and what can be done to fight back.
Dr. Olivarius tells LBC that the huge backlog of cases due to Covid is the justice system’s way of saying ‘we don’t care’.
Georgina Calvert-Lee speaks to the Tab about how Warwick university’s recent failure to exclude another sexual harasser shows it ‘hasn’t learned’ from its mistakes in the Warwick rape chat case.
Georgina Calvert-Lee and Honza Cervenka are interviewed on Kate Isaac and NotYourPorn’s podcast, providing an overview of revenge porn law and what your legal options are.
Dr Olivarius is referenced in the Sunday Times for having represented numerous students coerced into having affairs with their professors or supervisors.