Forbes, "Why Closing The Gender Pay Gap Just Hit A Judicial Speed Bump"

Last year, there was what appeared to be a significant development in workplace pay equality for men and women. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled, in the case of Rizo v. Yovino, that companies would not be allowed to use an employee’s salary history to determine future earnings, effectively shuttering one of the most significant factors in perpetuating the gender gap.

However, there have been ongoing developments in the case. I sat down with Sherry Culves of Nelson Mullins Riley and Scarborough, an expert on pay inequality issues, to discuss these developments and how they’ll play into the ongoing problem.