Georgina Calvert-Lee explains why it’s crucial to not speculate online about an ongoing case – and why we still need to talk about violence against women more then ever.
Kelsey Murrell and Sophie Walker explain your rights as women in Covid. From furlough and redundancy, to maternity leave, working hours and harassment – know your rights, and how to fight back.
Our clients are suing the University of Illinois for failing to protect them from their violent and exploitative professor. The University was too focused on protecting future income from Chinese students.
Covid has disproportionately affected women. Georgina Calvert-Lee and Sophie Walker comment on this ‘shecession’ and the new battle for equality.
Our plaintiffs’ gender and race discrimination lawsuit against Mount Sinai has led to newly passed NYC legislation aimed at protecting health care professionals from harassment and discrimination.
WCIA reports on our clients’ trafficking lawsuit against the University of Illinois. The University deliberately overlooked their allegations of sexual assault to protect revenue from the Chinese student population.
The alleged victims of a former University of Illinois professor have filed a lawsuit against the university, accusing it of ignoring their claims of sexual abuse and subjecting them to trafficking.
WICS ABC Newschannel 20 report on the trafficking lawsuit against the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Board of Trustees from two Chinese students.
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.