Goldman Sachs Wants Women's Gender Bias Class Undone

By Alexis Shanes (July 23, 2021, 6:19 PM EDT) -- Goldman Sachs urged a Manhattan federal judge to decertify a class of women associates and vice presidents in a decade-old gender bias case, saying its allegedly discriminatory performance review process was decentralized and couldn't glue the class members together.

The investment company on Thursday asked U.S. District Judge Analisa Torres to undo a March 2018 order certifying a Title VII class of thousands of women who worked in one of three revenue-producing divisions during a 16-year period.

In a brief supporting its motion for decertification, Goldman Sachs argued that not all the women included in the class had the right to...

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