The firm is elated to share that our attorneys won a federal jury trial in a disability-discrimination case, which helps to expand the availability of financial compensation for plaintiffs who are discriminated against on the basis of race, sex, or disability.
HTC Agrees to Require Captioning For Its Virtual Reality Platform Viveport Infinity Making it More Accessible to Deaf and Hard of Hearing Users
Eisenberg & Baum is pleased to announce that our client Dylan Panarra and HTC have reached an agreement regarding captioning on HTC’s VR subscription platform, Viveport Infinity.
Is New York’s restaurant sector ready to tackle its sexual harassment problem? | New York | The Guardian
The Spotted Pig, the 100-seat gastropub in New York’s trendy West Village, is under renovation. It was, until the restaurant closed in 2020, the site of a notorious, third-floor space dubbed “the rape room” by several employees who claimed that the private dining enclave was ground zero for sexual harassment by management.
Mother Whose Son Died by Suicide After Cyberbullying on Anonymous Messaging Apps Commends Snap for Banning All Anonymous Messaging Apps and Calls on Other Companies to Do the Same
Today, Kristin Bride, mother of Carson Bride who died by suicide at age 16 after being bullied on anonymous messaging apps commended Snap Inc. (operator of Snapchat app) for making a decision to ban these features on the platform sought by teens. She calls on other tech companies to remove the same inherently dangerous anonymous […]
There has been a shake-up at the top of one of the big three in broadcast television. CBS has removed Peter Dunn, the TV station executive, and David Friend, Senior Vice President of News while the company investigates dozens of gender and racial discrimination claims. The change has already increased diversity among newscasters, and promises […]