Corporate Oppression Doctrine Meets Sex Discrimination:A Conversation with Professor Meredith Miller


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This episode features an interview with Professor Meredith Miller of the Touro Law Center on her recently published article in the Indiana Law Review entitled Challenging Gender Discrimination in Closely Held Firms: The Hope and Hazard of Corporate Oppression Doctrine, in which she explores the possibilities and limits of using minority shareholder oppression doctrine as a potential tool to combat sex discrimination against co-owners of privately held companies who generally are considered non-employees outside the protection of Title VII and related anti-discrimination laws.

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