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RPJ Partner Nicole Page Quoted on SEC Investigation of “Frat Boy” Workplace Practices at Gaming Giant Activision Blizzard

Yesterday, RPJ Partner Nicole Page was quoted in Law360 in an article entitled, “A Cheat Sheet for Activision Blizzard’s Legal Woes.” Activision Blizzard, the largest gaming company in the Americas and Europe, has recently faced a slew of legal threats from the federal government concerning its workplace practices, ranging from...

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Partner Alice Jump Quoted by ‘Commercial Observer’ on Sexual Harassment Investigation of Governor Andrew Cuomo and Aides

Yesterday, RPJ Partner Alice Jump was quoted in Commercial Observer’s article entitled “New York Gov. Cuomo’s Crisis Cronies Won’t Be Easy to Dislodge, Either.” The piece discusses the network of advisors and other state officials who buried allegations of sexual harassment against Governor Andrew Cuomo, as revealed in a recent...

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Partner Mark H. Moore Published by Reuters on Mandatory Arbitration of Sexual Misconduct Claims, Current Trends and Possible Amendments on the Horizon

A timely new article entitled “The state of the campaign to end mandatory arbitration of sexual misconduct claims in employment agreements” written by RPJ Partner Mark H. Moore was recently published by Thomson Reuters’ Westlaw Today. In this in-depth piece, Mark discusses the growing practice of employers of requiring arbitration...

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Client Film “Roll Red Roll” Nominated for a Peabody Award

We are thrilled to congratulate director/producer Nancy Schwartzman on the recent nomination of her film Roll Red Roll for a Peabody Award! The Peabody Awards recognize exceptional storytelling in news, television, documentary film, radio and public service programming, and are known as one of the highest honors in media. Roll Red Roll, which tells the...

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American Banker Interviews Nicole Page on Potential Arbitration-Based Gender Fights

Yesterday, the financial publication American Banker put out an article discussing the rising number of investors and asset management firms requesting more transparency from companies they are shareholders of, including big banks Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase. Specifically, the article highlighted investor resolutions requesting the end of mandatory arbitration in...

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