#MeToo Comes to Tech and Raises Questions About Mandatory Arbitration

  By Stephanie Tait On November 1, 2018, Google workers across the globe coordinated a massive walkout to protest the company’s handling of sexual harassment claims.[1]  Frustrated with the executive leadership’s perceived support for abusers and lack of meaningful action to address claims of harassment, Google employees and contract workers walked out of their offices […]

Legal Barriers For Victims Coming Forward in the Wake of #MeToo 

By: Hunter Grolman   In October of 2017, news broke that over the past three decades, Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein had been accused multiple times of sexually harassing actresses who worked on his movies.[1]  As the story unfolded and more details emerged, it became clear that the common element linking the allegations together was an […]