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From the Boardroom to the Bedroom: The Protocol Praxis

From the Boardroom to the Bedroom: The Protocol Praxis

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July 14th 2015:Get Up, Stand Up, Stand Up for Your Rights

Unless you are your own boss, it is likely that, at some time, you have felt wronged at work. How you are treated in the workplace can affect all areas of your life. Try as we might, we often bring what happens in the boardroom home to the bedroom. Does discrimination in the workplace still exist? When is it ok to say something? When is it NECESSARY to say something?What if you are being paid less than others or are not being paid for all of your time? And, how does “erotic capital” play into all of this—can it advance your career or empower you? Although standing up for yourself can be scary,

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Charles Joseph

Charles Joseph is a founding partner at Joseph & Kirschenbaum LLP. He is one of the firm’s class action litigators, pursuing wage and hour and other types of employee rights claims. Charles is a graduate of New York University School of Law and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in history from the University of Edinburgh School of History, Classics and Archaeology. He is active in the National Employment Law Project, the National Employment Lawyers Association and the New York State Trial Lawyers Association. He was honored by the Lawyer’s Committee for Human Rights for his pro bono work obtaining political asylum for China’s leading literary dissident, refugees from Pakistan, Sudan
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Michael Palmer

Michael Palmer is a Partner in the New York office of Sanford Heisler Kimpel, LLP. He received his law degree from New York University School of Law and has been twice selected as a Super Lawyers “Rising Star.” Michael represents individuals in complex litigations, including wage and hour class actions, False Claims Act lawsuits, and employment discrimination actions. His recent work includes litigating a lawsuit on behalf of drivers who allege they were misclassified as independent contractors; representing female pharmaceutical reps asserting they were paid less than their male counterparts; and prosecuting on behalf of a health care worker alleging his former employer engaged in illegal
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