Case: Chadbourne

It’s 2018. Do You Know Who Your Law Firm Settled With Today?

August 21st, 2018

When it comes to bias or even sexual harassment allegations, partners may not always know which of their colleagues has been accused—or how those claims are resolved. By Meghan Tribe It’s turning into a banner year for settlements involving big law firms facing accusations from within. Six months after Norton Rose Fulbright and Chadbourne & […]

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Women in Law Finally Empowered to Speak Out Against Inequality?

May 1st, 2018

The #MeToo movement may give women in the legal profession the strength to speak up over more than just harassment, but inequity of all kinds. By Vivia Chen Women are giddy that the mini-Harveys of Big Law are getting their due. “I can’t believe Bill Voge got dumped like a hot potato,” exclaims an ex-Am […]

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With Chadbourne Suit Behind Her, Kerrie Campbell Continues Gender Equity Struggle

April 23rd, 2018

Ex-Chadbourne & Parke partner Kerrie Campbell may have settled her gender bias case against the firm. But she’s still fighting. By Scott Flaherty It wasn’t easy for Kerrie Campbell, the former Chadbourne & Parke partner who led a lawsuit alleging the firm short-changed women on pay and business opportunities, to decide when and if she should […]

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Ex-Chadbourne Partner Kerrie Campbell is Ready to Talk

April 12th, 2018

With her pay discrimination suit behind her, the former Big Law partner has strong opinions about women in the legal profession and the #MeToo movement. By Vivia Chen I’m fascinated by troublemakers, particularly ones who put their careers on the line by taking on establishments like Big Law. One such troublemaker is Kerrie Campbell, who […]

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Labor of Law: #MeToo Investigation Strategies | NLRB Ethics Flap | Plus: Who Got the Work

March 29th, 2018

We look at what’s next for the National Labor Relations Board member accused of an ethics violation and address how to wade through new territory in sexual harassment investigations. Scroll down to see who got the work in Uber, Tesla and Wells Fargo cases. By Erin Mulvaney Welcome to Labor of Law. We look at […]

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Chadbourne Gets Nod For $3.1M Deal Ending Sex Bias Suit

March 23rd, 2018

By Braden Campbell Law360 (March 23, 2018, 11:31 AM EDT) — A Manhattan federal judge has signed off on a $3.1 million deal to end a proposed class action brought by three female lawyers alleging that Chadbourne & Parke LLP, which merged with Norton Rose Fulbright LLP last year, systematically underpaid women. In an order […]

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Chadbourne Lauds Efforts by Its Own Accuser in Settled Sex Bias Case

March 22nd, 2018

The firm, now part of Norton Rose Fulbright, said ex-partner Kerrie Campbell “contributed to important ongoing dialogue within the profession about gender issues” by suing the firm for $100 million. By Christine Simmons Chadbourne & Parke, now part of Norton Rose Fulbright, issued a remarkably conciliatory statement Thursday regarding former partner Kerrie Campbell, the firm’s […]

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Chadbourne, NRF settle gender discrimination case

March 20th, 2018

by Sol Dolor The gender discrimination and unequal pay case against Chadbourne & Parke is being laid to bed with a settlement with the three former partners that have sued. The legacy firm and its successor, Norton Rose Fulbright (NRF), filed court papers last week saying that separate agreements were reached with former partners Kerrie […]

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Critical Mass: In Chadbourne Sex Discrimination Settlement, Who Benefits? Plus: Morgan Lewis Wrestles With ‘Troubling Circumstances’ in Wage & Hour Case

March 16th, 2018

By Amanda Bronstad Welcome to Critical Mass,’s briefing on class actions and mass torts. I’m Amanda Bronstad in Los Angeles. Chadbourne & Parke settled a gender discrimination class action this week — how much did women get? “Troubling circumstances” is how a federal judge described Morgan Lewis‘s actions in a class action. And more […]

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Chadbourne, Norton Rose To Pay $3M To Settle Gender Suit

March 14th, 2018

By Pete Brush Law360, New York (March 14, 2018, 5:43 PM EDT) — Three female lawyers who lodged a proposed class action claiming the former Chadbourne & Parke LLP law firm and its leadership systematically underpaid women asked a Manhattan federal judge Wednesday to approve $3.1 million in payments to settle the case. Kerrie L. […]

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