Goldman’s Swipe At Sex Bias Class Fails, Women Say



By Anne Cullen (September 27, 2021, 2:00 p.m. EDT) – A class of Goldman Sachs workers behind a protracted battle against gender bias against the investment banking firm has called on a New York federal judge to dismiss the effort to decertification of the company, arguing that it largely recycles the rejected arguments.

The women pursuing the case, which is in its second decade, told the court on Friday that Goldman had offered no solid reason to unravel a March 2018 court order that certified a class of thousands of associates and of executives who worked in one of the three production divisions over 16 years.

“Goldman offered no legitimate basis for the tribunal to overturn on certification,” the class …

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