Glass Ceiling Discrimination
A recent Wall Street Journal article reports that women run just 27 of the S&P 500 companies—or 5.4% of the total. The article also identifies a survey finding that “one in four Americans believes they are more likely to see time travel during their lifetime than they are to see women running half of Fortune 500 firms.” Glass ceiling discrimination remains too prevalent. Our firm is committed to working diligently with our clients to shatter the glass ceiling.
Eric Bachman, the Chair of the firm’s glass ceiling practice, has substantial experience seeking justice for victims of glass ceiling discrimination. Mr. Bachman served as the lead attorney on the largest Title VII case in the Department of Justice’s history (U.S. v. City of New York), a disparate impact class action that resulted in an approximately $100 million settlement.
If you are encountering glass ceiling discrimination, call us today for a confidential consultation at (202) 769-1681 or write us by clicking here.
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Guide to Combatting Glass Ceiling Discrimination
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Lawyers Representing Executives and Senior Professionals in Glass Ceiling Discrimination Cases
Eric Bachman, Chair of the firm’s employment discrimination and retaliation practices, represents employees in glass ceiling discrimination claims and blogs regularly about new developments in this area at the Glass Ceiling Discrimination Blog.
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