Orange County Women
 Lawyers Association
For Women Lawyers and Those Who Support Their Advancement

Elimination of Bias MCLE: The U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Equal Pay Negotiations: A Lookback One Year Later

  • Tuesday, April 10, 2018
  • 11:45 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Grand Catered Events, 3417, 300 S Flower St, Orange


  • Special price for members

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The U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Equal Pay Negotiations: A Lookback One Year Later

Did You Know?
The color of red signifies the deficit women are paid. The date of April 10th (Equal Pay Day) is the date women would have to work until to get the same pay as their male counterparts did for the previous calendar year.

All attendees are invited to wear red for a group photo to be held at the event.

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  • Whitney Unruh, Senior Director, Global Soccer, Wasserman Media Group
  • Jacqueline M. Beaumont, Shareholder, Call & Jensen
  • Michelle A. Philo, General Counsel, Adtile Technologies Inc.

One Hour Elimination of Bias MCLE Credit

It’s been one year since the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team union negotiated a historic compensation change for its players, following the filing of an equal pay complaint with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the team’s refusal to play on an uneven field, and a social media campaign waged to raise attention to the issue of fair pay in  sports. We will take a look back at the deal, the legal issues, the use of social media, and the current equal pay landscape in sports with Whitney Unruh, Senior Director of Global Soccer at Wasserman Media Group, who has represented several of the team’s players. The presentation includes a catered lunch.

*Note: No registration refunds are available within 72 hours of OCWLA events; however, an event ticket may be transferred to another individual for the same event as originally purchased. Late RSVPs are subject to a $5. fee.

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