2nd Circ. Denies Goldman Appeal Of Sex Bias Cert. Decision
Law360 (September 5, 2018, 1:58 PM EDT) -- A Second Circuit panel rejected a request by Goldman Sachs on Wednesday for permission to appeal a lower court's decision to certify a class of female employees who say they were underpaid and denied promotion opportunities.
The Second Circuit denied Goldman Sachs permission to appeal class certification in a suit claiming the bank, whose New York headquarters is pictured, systematically disfavored female employees. (AP)
The decision, signed by a clerk, only cited the same court's 2001 ruling in Sumitomo Copper Litigation Class v. Credit Lyonnais Rouse as its reasoning. At oral argument, U.S. Circuit Judge Susan Carney was openly skeptical of...
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