Goldman Sachs Grapples with Class Action: 2,300 women claim discrimination

Former Goldman Sachs employees Cristina Chen-Oster and Shanna Orlich are leading a 2,300-member class in a gender bias suit against the banking firm in the Southern District Court of New York. Chen-Oster and Orlich first filed in 2010, and are still battling with the defendants. The plaintiffs recently rebuked an expert report by Michael A. Campion that explained the pay gap between male and female employees as “plausible” due to male workers’ greater willingness to take on “extreme jobs.” Plaintiffs