February 22, 2019 - Tristin K. Green and Angela Onwuachi-Willig Reviewed in WorkLaw’s JOTWELL
Georgia State University College of Law’s Charlotte S. Alexander reviews recent work on Meritor Savings Bank v. Vinson from UNLEASH Equality members Tristin K. Green and Angela Onwuachi-Willig in How to Tell Other Sexual Harassment Stories, on the WorkLaw JOTWELL blog here.
Describing Green’s essay, Was Sexual Harassment Law a Mistake? The Stories We Tell, Alexander writes that when assessing hostile work environments, “Green pushes us to adopt a broader view, to engage with culture and structure.” She continues, “And in her feminist rewriting of Meritor, Angela Onwuachi-Willig does just that . . . [t]aken together, Green’s and Onwuachi-Willig’s re-tellings of sexual harassment stories produce a very different kind of sexual harassment law than what we have now. In this age of #MeToo and Time’s Up, both are highly recommended reading to help us critique the stories we tell, and to begin to learn to tell – and understand – new ones.”
Tristin K. Green, Was Sexual Harassment Law a Mistake? The Stories We Tell, 128 Yale L.J. Forum 152 (2018).
Angela Onwuachi-Willig & Kristen Konrad Tiscione, Rewrite of Meritor Savings Bank v. Vinson, 477 US 57 (1986), in Feminist Judgments: Rewritten Opinions of the United States Supreme Court (Kathryn M. Stanchi, Linda L. Berger & Bridget A. Crawford, eds., 2016).
November 30, 2018 - Tristin K. Green Discusses Discrimination Laundering with Sciences Po’s Presage
UNLEASH Equality member Tristin K. Green traveled to Paris in November for a special event, held in conjunction with the Programme de Recherche et D’Enseignement des Savoirs sur le Genre (PRESAGE) (Research and Educational Program on Gender Studies) at Sciences Po. The conversation centered on Professor Green’s 2016 book, Discrimination Laundering: The Rise of Organizational Innocence and the Crisis of Equal Opportunity Law, which describes the ways in which judges protect employers by ignoring the discrimination-producing work environments they create.
A recording of the conversation is available on SoundCloud, here.
November 15, 2018 - Sexual Harassment Law in the Era of #MeToo at USC Gould School of Law
UNLEASH Equality member Vicki Schultz presented a talk at the University of Southern California’s Gould School of Law on November 15. The talk, entitled “Sexual Harassment Law in the Era of #MeToo,” was hosted by USC’s Center for Law, History and Culture and followed by a lively discussion.
November 2, 2018 - Law in the Era of #MeToo Legal Symposium at the University of Chicago
On November 2, UNLEASH Equality members Ann McGinley, Vicki Schultz, and Brian Soucek participated in a symposium on “Law in the Era of #MeToo” sponsored by the University of Chicago Legal Forum. Ann McGinley presented a paper on Schools as Training Grounds for Harassment, while Vicki Schultz & Brian Soucek presented on Sexual Harassment by Any Other Name. Their papers will be published in the spring.
October 4, 2018 - Over 300 U.S. Law Professors Sign Open Statement on Sexual Harassment
In connection with the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court, over 300 law professors signed and publicly distributed an abbreviated version of the Principles from the Open Statement on Sexual Harassment, on October 4, 2018.
The Open Statement on Sexual Harassment from U.S. Law Professors, with signatories, is available here.
It was published by The Cut the day it was released.
September 29, 2018 - Vicki Schultz Interviewed and UNLEASH Equality mentioned in PBS NewsHour
UNLEASH member Vicki Schultz of Yale Law School was interviewed by Kamala Kelkar of PBS NewsHour in question and answer format about her work on sexual harassment and its relevance to the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings. Schultz discussed how the Senate Judiciary Committee’s lack of gender diversity and lack of open, accountable procedures for dealing with allegations of sexual misconduct have negatively affected the process to date.
June 18, 2018 - Publication of First Ever Joint Yale Law Journal and Stanford Law Review symposium: “#MeToo and the Future of Sexual Harassment Law”
From YLS Digest: “In an effort to bring law into conversation with the #MeToo movement, the Stanford Law Review and the Yale Law Journal launched this symposium on June 18, 2018, to outline lessons from #MeToo for activists, scholars, policymakers, lawyers, and judges. The series of articles offer 12 leading scholars’ insights on the ways sexual harassment produces and is produced by broader forms of inequality in the workplace and beyond. Their essays challenge the understanding of sexual harassment that has largely dominated media reporting about the #MeToo movement. Together, they provide the most comprehensive legal analysis of the issues surrounding the #MeToo movement to date.”
Law.com coverage of joint symposium publication
Yale Law Journal Forum
Individual essays include:
Vicki Schultz, Reconceptualizing Sexual Harassment, Again
Brian Soucek, Queering Sexual Harassment Law
Rachel Arnow-Richman, Of Power and Process: Handling Harassers in an At-Will World
Angela Onwuachi-Willig, What About #Us Too?: The Invisibility of Race in the #MeToo Movement,
Tristin K. Green, Was Sexual Harassment Law a Mistake? The Stories We Tell
Stanford Law Review Online
Individual essays include:
Nicole Buonocore Porter, Ending Harassment by Starting with Retaliation
Ian Ayres, Targeting Repeat Offender NDAs
Nancy Gertner, Sexual Harassment and the Bench
Ann McGinley, The Masculinity Motivation
June 4th to June 6th, 2018 - Feminisms and the Constitution Conference at Supreme Court of Mexico
UNLEASH Equality member Vicki Schultz of Yale Law School lectured about sexual harassment to a large, lively audience at the Supreme Judicial Court of Mexico (SJCM) in Mexico City on June 6, 2018. The lecture was part of a conference on Feminisms and the Constitution organized by the SCJM's Center for Constitutional Studies, along with CIDE and ITAM. Schultz’s co-panelist Estefanía Vela presented work on sexual harassment and other sex crimes as part of a larger project on the overreliance on criminal law in Mexico.
May 10, 2018 - Unleashing Equality: #MeToo and Sex Harassment Law Panel at Stanford Law School
UNLEASH Equality members Susan Bisom-Rapp, Rebecca Lee, Nicole Porter, Ann McGinley, and Vicki Schultz, in addition to Y-Vonne Hutchinson answered questions about sexual harassment law on a panel organized by Stanford Law Review on the #MeToo movement and ways to move forward for sexual harassment law. Professor Deborah Rhode introduced the panel.
April 20-21, 2018 - Feminist Judgments: Employment Discrimination Opinions Rewritten Workshop at UNLV Law School
Professors Ann McGinley and Nicole Porter are the co-editors of Feminist Judgments: Employment Discrimination Opinions Rewritten, which will be published by Cambridge University Press in 2019. The book will contain fifteen Supreme Court and U.S. Courts of Appeals opinions that are rewritten from a feminist perspective and commentaries explaining each rewritten opinion. Four important cases that either directly address or relate strongly to sexual harassment appear in the volume: Meritor Savings Bank, FSB v. Vinson, 477 U.S. 57 (1986) (recognizing a cause of action against the employer for a hostile work environment);Oncale v. Sundowner Offshore Servs. Inc., 523 U.S. 75 (1998) (holding that harassment by members of the same sex is actionable); Hively v. Ivy Tech Cmty. Coll., 853 F.3d 339 (7thCir. 2017) (en banc) (holding that discrimination based on sexual orientation is prohibited by Title VII), and Etsitty v. Utah Transit Auth., 503 F.3d 1215 (10thCir. 2007) (holding an employer may discharge a transgender employee for failure to use the bathroom of the employee’s birth sex).
On April 20-21, 2018, Professors McGinley and Porter conducted a Workshop at UNLV, Boyd School of Law, Las Vegas, Nevada, to collaborate with the authors of the rewritten opinions and commentaries that will appear in the volume.
APRIL 20, 2018 - Reconceptualizing Sexual Harassment, Again at UNLV Law School
On April 20, 2018, UNLEASH Equality member Ann McGinley, Co-Director of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Workplace Law Program Lecture Series, hosted a lecture by UNLEASH Equality member Vicki Schultz of Yale Law School. Presenting to an audience filled to capacity in the William S. Boyd School of Law’s Thomas and Mack Moot Courtroom, Professor Schultz discussed two major structural factors that contribute to sexual harassment – and ways to address them.
APRIL 10, 2018 - Sexual Harassment Law in the Age of Trump and #METOO at Yale Law School
On April 10, 2018, Equal Pay Day, UNLEASH Equality member Vicki Schultz appeared on a panel at Yale Law School entitled, “Sexual Harassment Law in the Age of Trump and #MeToo.” Other panelists were Professor Tanya Hernández of Fordham Law School, Rachel Tuchman ’17 of Kaplan & Co, Shannon Minter of the National Center for Lesbian Rights, Cari Simon of the Fierberg National Law Group, and Anna McNeil of the Yale College student activist group Engender. Addressing a large room filled with people from across the Yale Law School, Yale University, and New Haven communities, each panelist spoke about the many problems labeled sexual harassment, shortcomings in the ways they are understood and addressed, and ways to deal with them effectively.
January 5, 2018 - Sexual Harassment Law, 20 Years Later at AALS
UNLEASH Equality member Vicki Schultz of Yale Law School gave a talk, Sexual Harassment Law, 20 Years Later, which reflected on and updated her work in light of the #MeToo movement. She closed the talk with a call to action: “Through renewed activism, legislation, litigation, and policy initiatives, it’s time to demand greater gender integration, more accountable leadership, and fairer, more transparent paths to career success in Hollywood and elsewhere. It’s time to demand: No more kings, no more kingmakers.”
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Ann McGinley appeared on NPR "State of Nevada," this time to discuss sexual harassment of service workers in Nevada. October 22, 2018
Ann McGinley participated on a panel at this conference, entitled, Intersectional Harassment. Her talk was Schools as Training Grounds for Harassment: Intersectional Considerations. October 19, 2018
Ann McGinley did a C.L.E. for the Federal Defender's Office in Las Vegas, NV about issues surrounding gender, harassment and micro aggressions. October 10, 2018
Ann McGinley appeared on Nevada Public Radio's "State of Nevada," which discussed the opposition of law professors to the Kavanaugh nomination. As a signatory of the law professors' letter, she explained why she opposed Kavanaugh. October 4, 2018
Ann McGinley presented The Masculinity Motivation at the Thirteenth Annual Colloquium on Scholarship in Employment and Labor Law, at the University of South Carolina School of Law, Columbia, S.C. She discussed how masculinity provides motivation for harassment of women and men, girls, and boys, and explained that schools are training grounds for sexual harassment that occurs in workplaces. September 29, 2018
Ann McGinley lectured on La Ley del Acoso Sexual en los EEUU: Historia, Problemas de Interpretación, y una Teoría Nueva ("Sexual Harassment Law in the United States: History, Interpretive Problems, and a New Theory), Universidad Adolfo Ibañez, Santiago de Chile, S.A. This is a three-hour lecture at the University’s Labor, Employment and Social Security Master’s Program (LLM) in Spanish with discussion and questions. August 24, 2018
Vicki Schultz mentioned in Karen Sloan, In a First, Yale and Stanford Law Journals Team Up for #MeToo Project, Law.com, June 20, 2018.
Ann McGinley was a panelist at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, College of Fine Arts, Fall 2018 Symposium, Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: Lessons from Hollywood, September 17, 2018.
Susan Bisom-Rapp quoted in Max Marin & Ryan Briggs, Sex Harassment in Philadelphia City Hall: Unreported, Unrecorded and Unpunished, Philadelphia Weekly. (June 19, 2018).
Susan Bisom-Rapp quoted in Sally Persons, Bipartisan Proposal on Sexual Harassment Reforms Backed by Senate Leaders, Washington Times. (May 23, 2018).
Vicki Schultz quoted in Leah Fessler, The US Supreme Court Just Dealt a Devastating Blow to the #MeToo Moverment, Quartz, May 21, 2018.
Vicki Schultz quoted in Jennifer Williams-Alvarez, Mandatory Arbitration Is Top of Mind, but Is Change Afoot?, Agenda, May 14, 2018.
Ann McGinley presented comments on proposed rules for gaming licensees regarding monitoring and prevention of sexual harassment of employees at the Nevada Gaming Control Board public meeting. May 3, 2018.
Vicki Schultz quoted in Madeline Buxton, The Option To Request Female Drivers Isn’t The Sollution to Uber’s Sexual Assault Issues, Refinery 29, May 2, 2018.
Vicki Schultz interviewed in Leah Fessler, You’ve Probably Signed Away Your Sexual Harassment Civil Rights at Work, Quartz at work, April 5, 2018.
Ann McGinley was a panelist on sexual harassment at the Nevada Women’s Film Festival, Las Vegas, NV. March 24, 2018.
Rachel S. Arnow-Richman featured as Panelist in Me Too, The Aaron Harber Show (March 20, 2018).
Ann McGinley discussed Sexual Harassment and U.S. Law with University of Nevada undergraduate and graduate students at The United Conversations Network, UNLV, Las Vegas, NV. February 28, 2018.
Ann McGinley presented Sexual Harassment in the Era of #MeToo to the Northern Nevada Women Lawyers’ Organization, Reno, NV. February 27, 2018.
Ann C. McGinley quoted in Megan Messerly, Mob-Era Principles Provide Framework for Nevada Gaming Regulators to Pursue Wynn Allegations, Nevada Independent (February 8, 2018).
Ann C. McGinley, Wynn Allegations are the Tip of the Iceberg, Nevada Independent (February 2, 2018).
Rachel S. Arnow-Richman, #MeToo: Why We Must Separate Sex From Sexual Harassment, San Francisco Chronicle (January 25, 2018).
Susan Bisom-Rapp quoted in Katherine Barrett & Richard Greene, The #MeToo Effect Trickles Down the Public Workforce, Governing Magazine (January 11, 2018).
Susan Bisom-Rapp quoted in Rhana Natour, Does Sexual Harassment Training Work?, PBS News Hour (January 8, 2018).
Ann C. McGinley quoted in Danielle Birkin, How Business Can Protect Themselves as the Reckoning on Sexual Harassment Continues, Vegas Inc. (January 8, 2018).
Vicki Schultz quoted in Brett Anderson, After John Besh Fallout, Many Hoping For Civilized Change in Restaurant Industry, New Orleans Times-Picayune (December 30, 2017).
Vicki Schultz quoted in Anna Dorn, Workplace Sexual Harassment Law: A Primer, Medium (December 22, 2017).
Ann C. McGinley quoted in Jacob Solis, The Legal Debate Over How Schools Use Title IX, KUNR (December 20, 2017).
Ann C. McGinley quoted in Jacob Solis, Title IX Investigations Are Changing Under DeVos, But How?, KUNR (December 20, 2017).
Rachel S. Arnow-Richman quoted in Brian Eason and Jesse Paul, Culture Change, Not Policy, Is Key to Addressing Sexual Harassment in the Colorado Legislature, Experts Say, The Denver Post (December 14, 2017).
Susan Bisom-Rapp quoted in Michael Pope, Is Mandatory Training Effective in Stopping Sexual Harassment?, Virginia Public Radio (December 14, 2017).
Susan Bisom-Rapp quoted in Brian Eason & Jesse Paul, Cultural change, Not Policy, is Key to Addressing Sexual Harassment in the Colorado Legislature, Experts Say, The Denver Post (December 14, 2017).
Susan Bisom-Rapp discussed in Julia Belluz, Congress is making harassment trainings mandatory. Science shows they don’t work, Vox (November 14, 2017).
Nicole Buonocore Porter quoted in Matt Cullen, GW Seeks dismissal of sex discrimination charges in athletic department, The GW Hatchet, November 13, 2017.
Vicki Schultz quoted in Chelsea Brasted, Lack of HR in John Besh Restaurants Seems an Anomaly for New Orleans Food Companies Its Size, New Orleans Times-Picayune (October 23, 2017).
Vicki Schultz quoted in Susan Seager, Why Did Bill O’Reilly Pay $32 Million? One Accusation May Be Key, The Wrap (October 23, 2017).
Tristin K. Green quoted in Joel Rosenblatt, Ex-Twitter Engineer Seeks to Show Women Can Climb Only So High, Bloomberg Technology (October 23, 2017).
Ann C. McGinley quoted in Catherine Triomphe, Could Weinstein Face Trial? The Mogul’s Legal Woes, The Jakarta Post (October 21, 2017). Duplicate sources in Agence France Presse and Digital Journal.
Vicki Schultz quoted in Brett Anderson, John Besh Restaurants Fostered Culture of Sexual Harassment, 25 Women Say, New Orleans Times-Picayune (October 21, 2017).
Vicki Schultz discussed in Elizabeth C. Tippett, What Post-Weinstein Hollywood Can Learn from ‘90s Sexual Harassment Training, The Conversation (October 17, 2017).
Nicole Buonocore Porter quoted in Jon Steingart, Schools’ Use of Salary History in Setting Pay to Get Second Look, Bloomberg Law, August 30, 2017.
Angela Onwuachi-Willig discussed in Stephanie Long, Don’t Touch Our Hair: How One Law Professor Is Resisting Hair Policies That Discriminate Against Black Women, NewsOne (August 17, 2017).
Vicki Schultz quoted in Tyler Kingkade, Shielded: Want To Fire A Professor For Sexual Harassment? It’s Going To Take A While, Buzzfeed (August 17, 2017).
Angela Onwuachi-Willig discussed in Zahara Hill, Berkeley Professor Aims to Eliminate Natural Hair Bans in Schools, Ebony (August 11, 2017).
Susan Bisom-Rapp quoted in Jacob Gershman & Sarah Randazzo, Fired Engineer Likely to Face Obstacles in Challenging Google, Wall Street Journal (August 8, 2017).
Brian Soucek interviewed in Politics and the Rights of Gay, Lesbian and Transgender Americans, To the Point with Warren Olney (July 31, 2017).
Vicki Schultz quoted in Nitasha Tiku, VC Firms Promise to Stamp Out Sexual Harassment. Sounds Familiar, Wired (July 17, 2017).
Vicki Schultz quoted in Pavithra Mohan, It’s Time To Regulate the VC-Founder Relationship To Curb Sexual Harassment in Silicon Valley, Fast Company (July 7, 2017).
Brian Soucek’s scholarship arguing that federal sex discrimination law currently provides arbitrary protections to LGBT employees quoted in En Banc Brief of Amicus Curiae Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Zarda v. Altitude Express, Inc., No. 15-3775 (2d Cir. June 23, 2017)
Vicki Schultz quoted in John Hecht, The Surprising Sexism of Maternity Leave, Bustle (June 15, 2017).
Vicki Schultz discussed in Julie Beck, Online Dating Tries to Flirt With the Workplace, The Atlantic (May 3, 2017).
Nicole Buonocore Porter quoted in Rebekah Mintzer, States Look to Give Teeth to National Pay Equity Legislation, The National Law Journal, October 24, 2016.
Vicki Schultz quoted in Olivia B. Waxman, Michelle Obama Was Right About the History of Workplace Sexual Harassment, Time (October 14, 2016).
Angela Onwuachi-Willig quoted in Elizabeth Wellington, Court Decides I Can Be Fired for My Dreadlocks, The Philadelphia Inquirer (September 28, 2016).
Ann C. McGinley quoted in Matt Keleman, Gender Specifics, UNLV News Center (September 15, 2016).
Angela Onwuachi-Willig,Race and Racial Identity Are Social Constructs, New York Times, Room for Debate (September 6, 2016).
Vicki Schultz cited in Will McGrew, Gender Segregation at Work: “Separate but Equal” or “Inefficient and Unfair”?, Washington Center For Equitable Growth (August 18, 2016).
- Republished as Will McGrew, Why Male Dominated Workplaces Hold Women Back, Geneva: World Economic Forum (August 24, 2016).
Nicole Buonocore Porter, Room for Debate, Salary Negotiations Often Preclude Women from Equal Pay, N.Y. Times, August 15, 2016.
Rachel S. Arnow-Richman quoted in Noelle Phillips, Fired Muslim Workers Deserve Unemployment Benefits From Cargill, Colorado Labor Department Rules, THE Denver Post (August 4, 2016).
Brian Soucek’s scholarship regarding sexual orientation discrimination quoted in Hively v. Ivy Tech Cmty. Coll., 830 F.3d 698, 705 (7th Cir. 2016).
Ann C. McGinley quoted in Thomas B. Edsall, College Men for Trump, N.Y. Times (July 14, 2016).
Ann C. McGinley discussed in Riley Snyder, GOP Campaign Mail Severely Distorts Complex Issue of Transgender Bathroom Access, PolitiFact Nevada (June 13, 2016).
Ann C. McGinley, Why I Wrote this Book, Masculinity at Work: Employment Discrimination through a Different Lens, Hamilton and Griffin On Rights (June 6, 2016).
Ann C. McGinley interviewed in Hillary Clinton, Rear Vision, RN-ABC Radio National Australian Broadcasting Corporation (June 5, 2016).
Susan Bisom-Rapp's An Ounce of Prevention is a Poor Substitute for a Pound of Cure: Confronting the Developing Jurisprudence of Education and Prevention in Employment Discrimination Law, 22 Berkeley J. Emp. & Lab. L. 1 (2001); and Fixing Watches With Sledgehammers: The Questionable Embrace of Employee Sexual Harassment Training by the Legal Profession, 24 U. Ark. Little Rock L. Rev. 147 (2001) cited in Chai R. Feldblum & Victoria A. Lipnic, Select Task Force on the Study of Harassment in the Workplace: Report of the Co-Chairs, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 44 (June 2016).
Ann C. McGinley quoted in Neal Morton, Clark County Schools Waiting to Comment on Federal Transgender Requirement, Las Vegas Review journal (May 13, 2016).
Vicki Schultz quoted in Chris Cumming, CVC Lawsuit Brings PE’s Gender Imbalance Back in the Spotlight, Dow Jones Private Equity Analyst (February 1, 2016).
Rachel S. Arnow-Richman quoted in Luke Runyon and Harvest Public Media, Cargill Prayer Dispute Shows Challenges of Accomodating Increasingly Diverse Workers, KUNC (January 12, 2016).
Nicole Buonocore Porter'sMarital Status Discrimination: A Proposal for Title VII Protection, 46 Wayne L. Rev. 1 (2000) cited in Smith v. Millville Rescue Squad, 139 A.3d 1 (N.J. 2016).
Rebecca K. Lee quoted in Liam Dillon, The Facts in the Sexual Harassment Case Rafael Castellanos Faced Down, Voice of San Diego (November 4, 2015).
Ann C. McGinley quoted in Samantha Michaels, See How Your Life Would Change If We Cloned Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Mother Jones (October 10, 2015).
Ann C. McGinley quoted in Deanna Fei, Amazon Isn’t the Problem. We Are., Time (August 27, 2015).
Ann C. McGinley quoted in Rachel Christiansen, Sex Sells in Las Vegas Day Club Culture, Nevada Public Radio (July 22, 2015).
Ann C. McGinley quoted in Brittany Bronson, Sin City’s Dirty Pools, N.Y. Times (July 12, 2015).
Ann C. McGinley, Hillary Clinton’s Campaign: Will Gender Matter?, The Conversation (April 17, 2015).
Tristin K. Green, Viewpoint: Pao Jury Overlooked Culture Question, The Recorder (April 8, 2015).
Ann C. McGinley, Guest Blog: Young v. UPS, Inc.: A Victory for Pregnant Employees?, Hamilton and Griffin on Rights (March 29, 2015).
Susan Bisom-Rapp's Bulletproofing the Workplace: Symbol and Substance in Employment Discrimination Law Practice, 26 Fla. St. U.L. Rev. 959, 972 (1999) quoted and cited in Aguas v. State of New Jersey, 107 A.3d 1250, 1273, 1280, 220 N.J. 494 (2015) (Albin, J., dissenting).
Rebecca K. Lee'sImplementing Grutter's Diversity Rationale: Diversity and Empathy in Leadership, 19 Duke J. Gender L. & Pol'y 133 (2011) cited in brief for the State of California as Amicus Curiae in Support of Respondents, Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin (Fisher II), S. Ct. Docket No. 14-981 (2015).
Vicki Schultz's Reconceptualizing Sexual Harassment, 107 YALE L.J. 1683 (1998) cited to explain why hostile work environment claim does not require overtly sexual harassment in Maldonado-Catala v. Municipality of Naranjito, 255 F. Supp. 3d 300, 315 (D.P.R. 2015).
Angela Onwuachi-Willig, ‘Obama’ Has Become a Code Word, New York Times, Room for Debate (November 20, 2013).
Vicki Schultz's Reconceptualizing Sexual Harassment, 107 YALE L.J. 1683 (1998) cited to support considering nonsexual forms of harassment, along with more sexual forms, to support hostile work environment claim in Smith v. City of New Smyrna Beach, 2013 WL 5230659, at 11 (M.D. Fla. Sept. 16, 2013), aff’d, 588 F. App’x 965 (11th Cir. 2014).
Angela Onwuachi-Willig, Clarence Thomas and Affirmative Action, National Law Journal (June 3, 2013).
Rachel S. Arnow-Richman quoted in Aaron Kase, Small Companies in Colorado Can No Longer Discriminate, Labor and Employment: Your Job & The law (May 13, 2013).
Ann C. McGinley, What Happened in Vegas? Why are Las Vegas Bartenders Now Mostly Women?, Slate (March 26, 2013).
Ann C. McGinley interviewed in International Women’s Day, Nevada Public Radio (March 15, 2013).
Ann C. McGinley, Picks: “The End of Men,” Las Vegas CityLife (March 13, 2013).
Ann C. McGinley quoted in Jennifer Bogdan, Atlantic City Does Sexy, to Varying Degrees, with Results Both Good and Bad, Press of Atlantic City (February 17, 2013).
Rebecca K. Lee's Implementing Grutter's Diversity Rationale: Diversity and Empathy in Leadership, 19 Duke J. Gender L. & Pol'y 133 (2011) cited in brief for the State of California and in Brief of Distinguished Alumni of the University of Texas at Austin, each as Amicus Curiae in Support of Respondents, Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin (Fisher I), 133 S. Ct. 2411 (2013).
Susan Bisom-Rapp's Margaret S. Stockdale & Faye J. Crosby, A Critical Look at Organizational Responses to and Remedies for Sex Discrimination, in Sex Discrimination in The Workplace: Multidisciplinary Perspectives 273 (Faye J. Crosby, Margaret S. Stockdale & S. Ann Ropp, eds., Blackwell 2007) cited in Brief of Amicus Curiae the Institute for Women’s Policy Research in Support of Respondents, Wal-Mart v. Dukes, S. Ct. Docket No. 10-277 (2011).
Ann C. McGinley quoted in Eve Tahmincioglu, Lewd Navy Videos Raise Touchy Workplace Issue, MSNBC.com (January 10, 2011).
Vicki Schultz quoted in Eve Tahmincioglu, Lewd Navy Videos Raise Touchy Workplace Issue, msnbc.com, (January 10, 2011).
Ann C. McGinley quoted in Valerie Miller, Ex-Castaways Workers Cleared to Sue Managers, Las Vegas Business Press (August 10, 2009).
Vicki Schultz quoted in Maureen Holohan, Game On, Elle Magazine (April 2008).
Ann C. McGinley mentioned in 2008 Littler Mendelson Employment and Labor Law Associate Dean Ann C. McGinley to Speak on Workplace Harassment at Cleveland State’s Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland State University Press Release (March 20, 2008).
Ann C. McGinley quoted in Alana Roberts, Lawsuit Revives Issue of Sexual Harassment Policies, Business Las Vegas (September 30, 2005).
Angela Onwuachi-Willig, Other View: Bird Creates Buzz About Race in the NBA, Sacramento Bee (July 6, 2004).
Angela Onwuachi-Willig, While We’re on the Subject, Larry Bird, of Race, Houston Chronicle (June 17, 2004).
Vicki Schultz's The Sanitized Workplace, 112 YALE L.J. 2061 (2003) cited to emphasize that hostile work environment cases must look at whether the work environment compromised women’s status as equals to men in the workplace in Dawson v. Cty. of Westchester, 373 F.3d 265, 274 (2d Cir. 2004).
Vicki Schultz's The Sanitized Workplace, 112 YALE L.J. 2061 (2003) cited to explain why Defendant’s gender-based comments “specifically undermine gender equality” in Hayut v. State Univ. of New York, 352 F.3d 733, 748 n.7 (2d Cir. 2003).
Vicki Schultz discussed in Margaret Talbot, Men Behaving Badly, The New York Times Magazine (October 13, 2002).
Vicki Schultz's Reconceptualizing Sexual Harassment, 107 YALE L.J. 1683 (1998) cited to explain that the all-male workplaces “are common sites for the policing of gender norms and the harassment of men who transgress such norms” in Rene v. MGM Grand Hotel, Inc., 305 F.3d 1061, 1069 n.3 (9th Cir. 2002) (en banc).
Vicki Schultz's Reconceptualizing Sexual Harassment, 107 YALE L.J. 1683 (1998) cited on the history of activism about sexual harassment in U.P.R. Aguadilla v. Lorenzo Hernandez, 2012 TSPR 57, 184 D.P.R. 1001, 1033 (P.R. 2012).
Vicki Schultz's Reconceptualizing Sexual Harassment, 107 YALE L.J. 1683 (1998) cited to support considering both sexual and non-sexual forms of harassment to support hostile work environment claim in Gregory v. Daly, 243 F.3d 687, 695 (2d Cir. 2001) (Citing ).
Vicki Schultz's Reconceptualizing Sexual Harassment, 107 YALE L.J. 1683 (1998) cited to support considering both sexual and non-sexual forms of harassment to support hostile work environment claim in O’Rourke v. City of Providence, 235 F.3d 713, 750 n.5 (1st Cir. 2001).
Vicki Schultz's Reconceptualizing Sexual Harassment, 107 YALE L.J. 1683 (1998) cited on proof of hostile work environment harassment in In re Robles Sanabria, 2000 TSPR 94, 151 D.P.R. 483, 500 (P.R. 2000).
Vicki Schultz's Reconceptualizing Sexual Harassment, 107 YALE L.J. 1683 (1998) cited to support considering both sexual and non-sexual forms of harassment to support hostile work environment claim in Durham Life Ins. Co. v. Evans, 166 F.3d 139, 149 (3d Cir. 1999).
Vicki Schultz's Reconceptualizing Sexual Harassment, 107 YALE L.J. 1683 (1998) cited to explain why hostile work environment claim does not require overtly sexual harassment in Mendoza v. Borden, Inc., 195 F.3d 1238, 1275 (11th Cir. 1999) (Barkett, J., concurring).
Vicki Schultz interviewed in More Than Sex: Why the Courts Are Missing the Point; An Interview with Vicki Schultz, Ms. Magazine (May/June 1998).
Vicki Schultz interviewed, BBC World News, “New Directions in Sexual Harassment Law,” (April 25, 1998).
Vicki Schultz interviewed, CBS Evening News, “Eye on America: Supreme Court Prepares to Better Define the Growing Number of Sexual Harassment Cases Filed in America’s Courts,” (March 24, 1998).
Vicki Schultz interviewed, ABC World News Tonight with Peter Jennings, “A Closer Look at Sexual Harassment,” (February 27, 1998).
Vicki Schultz quoted in Ellen Goodman, Taking the Sex Out of Harassment, The Boston Globe (February 26, 1998).
Vicki Schultz discussed in Daniel Schorr, Time to Redefine Sexual Harassment, The Christian Science Monitor, (February 13, 1998).
Vicki Schultz quoted and discussed in Jeffrey Toobin, The Trouble with Sex, New Yorker (February 2, 1998).