Sep 01, 2015

Female Workers Recover $8.2M from Japanese Pharma Company Over Sex Bias Charges | PersonalInjury.com

Daiichi Sankyo Inc. has agreed to pay $8.2 million to settle a class action in California federal court with nearly 1,400 female employees who say the drug company paid them less than their male peers, according to a settlement motion filed Friday.

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