“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.
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.
“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 speaks to Barron’s Advisor about how we can support women financial advisors and why it’s so important.
At the age of 66, Dr. Ann Olivarius has worked on many sexual harassment cases, made legal history and more. Here Olivarius talks to British Vogue about her life’s work.
A lawsuit against Activision Blizzard Inc. could be a crucial step to forcing the video-game industry, which has faced persistent allegations of workplace sexual harassment, to take meaningful steps toward gender equality. Dr. Ann Olivarius comments on the ‘wake up call’ to companies.
Just because your workforce is online, doesn’t mean your obligations as an employer change. Georgina Calvert-Lee explains to WIRED how the law doesn’t distinguish between sexual harassment done in person and done remotely.
Deep dive into ‘the campus crisis’ of widespread sexual harassment and abuse.
Georgina Calvert-Lee “who secured tens of thousands of pounds for the Warwick group chat women” quoted on how universities risk breaching the Equality Act.
Dr. Ann Olivarius’ op-ed in Metro urges for women-centred mental health support systems for working mothers.
Georgina Calvert-Lee considers how UK universities might ensure that their disciplinary procedures are demonstrably fair to victims of harassment and sexual misconduct.
When university complaints procedures for sexual misconduct systematically favour the accused over the complainant, the universities create a discriminatory environment towards women who make up most complaints.
Georgina Calvert-Lee explains in The Guardian.