Wendi S. Lazar and Jennifer L. Liu of Outten & Golden write: Since Title VII was enacted in 1964, women have been struggling to find pay and promotion equity across every industry in the United States. In no other industry is this struggle more palpable and obvious than in high finance. Over the decades, relatively few women have taken on the tremendous professional risk entailed by suing a Wall Street firm for gender discrimination. Those lawsuits that women have filed, however, show how this struggle has evolved.
Equity for Women on Wall Street: Does Litigation Help?
New York Law Journal
October 15, 2013