Dealing with Complex Gender-Discrimination Issues in the Workplace

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Corporate law departments should expect to face challenging and nuanced legal issues with regard to pay, promotions, and other emerging work-life balance issues. Thinking ahead is critical for mitigating risk and avoiding future claims.

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  • Male Matters

    About that Walmart v. Dukes case, see "Taking Apart the Walmart Sex-base Class-action Lawsuit"
    http://malemattersusa.wordpress.com/2011/06/21/taking-apart-the-walmart-sex-bias-class-action-lawsuit/

    Please make sure you're sitting down.

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