In this episode, Carol discusses how the law can help survivors of sexual assault within religious groups.
LBC Radio’s Tom Swarbrick talks to Dr. Ann Olivarius about the implications of this latest development and its potential impact on a police investigation against Prince Andrew in the UK.
McO Senior Associate Honza Cervenka explains the legalities behind the sale and use of spy cameras.
Our Senior Associate Honza Cervenka discusses the role of activism in his legal work, important changes in equality law, and how lawyers can more effectively fight for justice.
Carol Merchasin talks about abuse and sexual misconduct by cultic leaders in spiritual communities as part of the Conference on Religious Trauma.
Carol Merchasin joins author and presenter Sarah Steel, host of the Let’s Talk About Sects podcast, to discuss the challenges of suing cults and religious bodies, and how human trafficking laws might offer a new path toward justice for victims.
Dr. Olivarius joins Times Radio Drive host Ayesha Hazarika and founder of #ReclaimTheseStreets Jamie Klingler to discuss how to address the problem of misogyny.
Dr. Olivarius discusses whether David Carrick case could encourage victims to sue police forces in UK.
Carol Merchasin, Head of our Sexual Misconduct in Spiritual Communities practice, joins The Cult Vault to discuss the potential for taking legal action against sexual abuse in spiritual and faith-based groups.
Dr. Olivarius joins host Naga Munchetty and guest Elena Michael, co-founder of #NotYourPorn, to discuss the campaign to have “revenge porn” officially reclassified as “image-based abuse”.
Show host Carol Olson speaks to Dr. Olivarius about the E. Jean Carroll verdict and how the New York Adult Survivors Act could help sexual abuse victims hold their perpetrators accountable.
Dr. Ann Olivarius speaks to Stavros Koutsocheras about the problem of revenge porn, and how the law can help victims.