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.
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.
Our Mount Sinai plaintiffs’ op-ed in STAT urging for gender harassment in medical institutions to be taken seriously.
New evidence of sex and age discrimination emerges as amended complaint filed against former director of Mount Sinai’s Arnhold Institute for Global Health and the current Dean of the Icahn School of Medicine.
Prabhjot Singh, who is facing allegations of age and gender discrimination, “has chosen to step down” as director of Mount Sinai’s Arnhold Institute for Global Health, but will remain on the medical school’s faculty.
Our clients, who are current and former employees of Mount Sinai Hospital, have sued the institution and several high-ranking executives for its rampant sex discrimination and for creating a toxic workplace environment for women.
Almost 300 faculty and staff members of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mt Sinai signed the letter urging the institution to enforce a zero-tolerance harassment policy, as it faces allegations of sex and age discrimination.
Our clients – eight current and former employees of Mount Sinai’s Icahn School of Medicine – have filed a lawsuit against the institution and its leadership, with allegations of discrimination based on age, sex, race, religion and national origin.
Prabhjot Singh, director of the Arnhold Institute for Global Health, which is part of Mount Sinai Health System, is accused of being “abusive, dismissive and hostile” toward the staff of mostly older women after he was appointed to the top post in 2015.