Dr. Olivarius explains the details of the lawsuit and how, for the first time in a long time, we are seeing the civil legal system working on behalf of victims.
“This is really a very serious situation for Activision,” said Ann Olivarius, senior partner at McAllister Olivarius. “Civilly, it does implicate the board of directors in ways that are not positive, and exposes the whole company to additional criticisms, fines, and analysis.”
The Chronicle of Education covers shocking deposition footage from our case against UIUC with the then dean, Barbara Wilson, saying she was “powerless” to discipline Professor Gary Xu’s abusive relationship with his student.
Dr. OIivarius has broken her silence and named her rapist.
Davis Enterprise reports on the allegations against the now geriatrician, and the Medical Board of California’s poor response to Olivarius’ complaint.
Georgina Calvert-Lee reveals how calling out sex discrimination can elicit meaningful change.
Dr. Olivarius talks to Insider about why women’s trust in the police has eroded.
“We deserve to know what the Met will do to change. Sunshine is the only disinfectant”
The gaming industry has many allegations of harassment against it. Dr. Olivarius explains how the Activision lawsuit will be a wake up call to the companies who aren’t protecting their workers.
Dr. Olivarius featured in Law.com article about civil litigators fighting human trafficking and online abuse.
“I want to make a difference and also to advance equality in general and women in particular.”
“The inexcusable mishandling of the Larry Nassar case shows just how deeply young women are distrusted and ignored, to protect a powerful man and a money-making institution.” Dr. Ann Olivarius told Boss Betty.
“The criminal justice system is singularly unsuited to helping women get justice after sexual violence” – Dr. Ann Olivarius speaks to BELatina about the disbelief and prejudice women and girls experience when reporting rape or assault.
Dr. Ann Olivarius interviewed live on ABC News on the FBI’s failures in the Larry Nassar investigation.
Honza Cervenka and Elena Michael from #NotYourPorn speak to Becky Annison on The Hearing about image-based sexual abuse and why the law needs to catch-up.