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Is Silicon Valley Mistreating Women in Tech?

Silicon Valley has been taking a lot of heat in recent months for its treatment of women in technology. Gender discrimination is apparently so ingrained there that an Uber hiring manager had this to say to a prospective female employee whom the hiring manager – a...

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Equal Pay Takes a Step Back in Trump White House

President Donald Trump is not exactly leading the charge for gender equality. An analysis by American Enterprise Institute’s Mark Perry reveals that the pay gap between male and female staffers in the White House – which had dropped to 11 percent during Obama’s last...

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Jeanie Buss Shows Her Mettle

Sometimes in business you have to make the hard decisions. After four losing years for the Lakers, Jeanie Buss replaced her brother Jim Buss, executive vice president of basketball operations, with basketball legend Magic Johnson. In turn, brothers Jim and Johnny...

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Will Alexa Acosta Become Secretary of Labor?

Employers no doubt are keeping a watchful eye on the selection process for Secretary of Labor. After all, the Department of Labor has the power to enforce laws involving employers and unions, and develops binding regulations and directives for a variety of workplace...

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Our Favorite Feminist: Eleanor Roosevelt

Following up on our recent blog about the Women’s March, I thought I would highlight one of my favorite feminists, Eleanor Roosevelt. She more than earned the title, “First Lady of the World,” bestowed upon her by President Harry Truman. I am a graduate of Eleanor...

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Marching for Women’s Rights

I am proud to say I was one of an estimated 750,000 people who flooded the streets of Los Angeles for the Women’s March on Saturday, Jan. 21, the day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration. I became a lawyer in order to advocate for the rights of others. My focus...

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