Glass Ceiling Discrimination Blog

employment discrimination lawyer; discovery documents; Bachman Law

4 documents that will make or break an employment discrimination case

Too often employees experience discrimination at work but lack the documents and other evidence necessary to prove they were treated differently due to their gender, age, race, or other protected characteristic. With this in mind, …

sexual harassment lawyer; Bachman Law

Summary judgment explained: the critical juncture in employment discrimination and whistleblower retaliation cases

Most headlines about employment law cases, whether it is an employment discrimination or whistleblower retaliation claim, relate to a jury trial verdict. Big damage awards in age discrimination and gender discrimination lawsuits are certainly newsworthy. But the most consequential …

concrete ceiling; employment discrimination lawyer; Bachman Law

The “glass ceiling” for Black corporate executives is really a “concrete ceiling”

Black employees at the 50 most valuable corporations in the United States comprise only 8 percent of the top executive positions at these companies, according to a new Washington Post report. While “glass ceiling” discrimination often …

employment discrimination lawyer; Bachman Law; Eric Bachman

New appellate ruling tackles common issues in employment discrimination cases

A federal appeals court this month ruled in favor of the plaintiff in an employment discrimination case that addresses common defenses and legal issues that arise in Title VII, Equal Pay Act, and related laws. …

AIR21 lawyer; airline safety whistleblower lawyer; Bachman Law; Eric Bachman

3 key things to know about AIR21, the law protecting airline safety whistleblowers

One of the least talked about laws protecting your next airline flight is the Wendell H. Ford Aviation Investment and Reform Act for the 21st Century (AIR21), which prohibits retaliation against airline employees who blow …

employment discrimination lawyer; gender discrimination lawyer; Bachman Law; Eric Bachman

Jury awards millions to Boston detective in glass ceiling discrimination case

A jury awarded $2 million to Boston Police Department (BPD) detective, Donna Gavin, after finding that she had been subjected to glass ceiling discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. The verdict arrived earlier this month after nearly …

employment discrimination lawyer; Bachman Law; Eric Bachman

Glass Ceiling Discrimination blog named a Top 100 employment law blog

Bachman Law is pleased to announced that Feedspot has named the Glass Ceiling Discrimination Blog a Top 100 Legal Employment blog. The Glass Ceiling Discrimination blog covers a variety of employment law issues and cases, …

whistleblower lawyer; Bachman Law; Eric Bachman

Former JP Morgan executive files SOX whistleblower retaliation lawsuit

An ex-Vice President with JP Morgan, Shaquala Williams, initiated a lawsuit in federal court alleging that the bank fired her in retaliation for whistleblowercomplaints that are protected by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX). In particular, she …

Bloomberg Law interviews employment discrimination lawyer Eric Bachman about Activision sexual harassment case

Bloomberg Law interviewed Bachman Law principal Eric Bachman to get his take on the latest developments in the major sexual harassment case against tech company Activision Blizzard. The most recent twist in the case involves …

adverse action; best employment lawyer; Bachman Law

What counts as an “adverse employment action” in discrimination and retaliation cases?

When an employee experiences discrimination or retaliation at work it often takes the form of a significant action, such as a termination, demotion, or suspension, all of which clearly represent an “adverse employment action” under …

Scroll to Top