Sexual Harassment News: Washington House Passes Bill To Address Sexual Misconduct In Universities, JPMorgan Chase Sues Former Executive Jes Staley Over Jeffrey Epstein Relationship, USA Badminton Secretly Paid $1M In Whistleblower Dispute

Washington House passes bill to address sexual misconduct in universities


A bill to address sexual misconduct in universities and other professional organizations passed the Washington State House of Representatives on March 8. read more »

JPMorgan Chase sues former executive Jes Staley over Jeffrey Epstein relationship


JPMorgan Chase sued former executive James Edward “Jes” Staley, who was largely responsible for JPMorgan’s 15-year financial relationship with disgraced financier Jeffrey Epsteinread more »

USA Badminton secretly paid $1M in whistleblower dispute


USA Badminton, the sport's national governing body, secretly paid $1 million to settle a dispute with a former employee who says he was terminated in retaliation for reporting allegations of sexual abuse by a prominent coach, according to a confidential agreement obtained by ESPN and ABC News. read more »