McAllister Olivarius in the news

Facebook announced on Friday that it will soon be introducing new technology for detecting revenge pornography posted on the platform. We at McAllister Olivarius support the development of technology that gives victims of revenge pornography another way to fight back and regain their online privacy.

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mentioned in You’ve Come A Long Way, Baby: Brief History of Sexual Harassment, in Corporate Compliance Insights.

“From the hallowed halls of justice to the venerated towers of academia, the fight against sexual discrimination ramped up a notch when Yale graduate Ann Olivarius arrived on the scene of the crime. Founder of Yale’s Women’s Caucus, Ann was asked to oversee a report marking the 10th(!) anniversary of women’s admission to the university. Her commissioned survey revealed rampant sexual harassment of students by professors in the form of standardized sex for grades.”

More than 200 Yale alumni, family, and friends gathered Thursday 7th March at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., for the YaleWomen Excellence Awards, at which Dr Ann Olivarius, Catherine Lhamon, and Anita Hill were given Lifetime Achievement Awards.

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A faculty grievance committee last month upheld a decision to deny tenure to McAllister Olivarius client BethAnn McLaughlin, a neuroscientist at the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in Nashville who has become a prominent spokesperson for the #MeToo movement in science.

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McAllister Olivarius is set to launch a web-based service pitched to the victims of image-based abuse, offering self-help tips and explaining their options. Forbes reported on the upcoming website launch in its coverage of the 2019 International Women’s Day Event at Doughty Street Chambers, which addressed the question, “What more can the law do for women?”

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