New Plaintiffs Seek To Take Up Goldman Sex-Bias Case
By Michael Lipkin (April 14, 2015, 9:25 PM EDT) -- A proposed class of former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. associates and executives alleging that a sexualized culture and discriminatory evaluation policies hindered their pay and promotion chances sought to add two named representatives in New York federal court on Monday, hoping to fix a standing issue that had dashed their certification hopes.
The plaintiffs are trying to add two representatives who were still working at Goldman when the suit and the motion for certification were filed, after a magistrate judge recommended last month that the court not certify the class. The case required an analysis of too many individualized decisions to...
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