- Settled a case involving a female architect working for a firm for four years. She discovered that a more junior male architect who had just been hired was being paid $15,000 per year more than she was. When she complained, she alleges she was told that she was not performing work that was substantially equal in skill because the male architect was working on more expensive homes.
- Resolved a matter wherein a female security guard claimed she was almost completely denied the opportunity to work overtime, while the male guards earned substantial overtime.
- Settled a lawsuit wherein two female employees found that they were paid substantially equal pay in comparison to their male counterparts, but discovered that the male employees were paid an average of 30% more for their non-discretionary bonuses.
- Resolved a lawsuit involving a female employee who was paid less than her male counterparts performing substantially similar jobs. While the company believed the pay differences were warranted based on its assessment of the employees’ performance, the company had difficulty articulating a “material factor” justifying the pay disparity.