individual case news

Newsday, Patricia Hurtado (Staff Writer)
10.19.2004

Claims she was fired unfairly after accusing a manager of making unwanted advances that she rebuffed.

Toronto Globe & Mail, Eric Duhatschek
10.18.2004

Even though the National Hockey League is locked out for the moment, the New York Rangers continue to make news - all of it bad.

Wayne N. Outten
09.06.2004

On July 12, 2004, Morgan Stanley agreed to pay $54.0 million to settle a gender discrimination case brought by the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) and by Allison Schieffelin.

N.Y. Times
07.14.2004

During several years of drawn-out litigation over how they treat the women they employ, Wall Street firms have adamantly disputed all contentions that they discriminate -- until the time has come to do the math. In a sex discrimination lawsuit that Morgan Stanley settled on Monday, ... executives decided not to go public with their track records of hiring, paying and promoting women. In each case, labor lawyers said, the numbers painted a picture that would have been hard to defend.

N.Y. Times
07.13.2004

Morgan Stanley agreed yesterday to pay $54 million to settle a sex discrimination case rather than stand trial on the federal government’s accusation that it denied equal pay and promotions to women in a division of its investment bank.

Newsday, Patricia Hurtado (Staff Writer)
07.13.2004

Allison Schieffelin, the woman who took on the nation's second-largest securities firm...