Lawyering Up: More Than 60 Women Mull Class-Action Sexism Lawsuit Against Google

Aug 10, 2017 by

by Joseph Curl, Daily Wire:

And as these things usually go, it’s time to bring in the lawyers.

The Google brouhaha has just gotten worse as at least 60 women, current and former employees at the tech giant, have banded together to weigh the merits of suing the company for sexism and discrimination.

The women claim they are being paid less than men despite having the same qualifications. San Francisco civil rights attorney James Finberg said he is working on the possible class-action suit for the women, The Guardian reported.

The potential legal action follows the release of a male engineer’s 10-page memo on the state of employ at the company. James Damore, 28, said in his memo that women are “biologically” less likely to rise to the top of tech companies — and he was promptly fired by Google.

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