… employer, the storied venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (now Kleiner Perkins), and lost the case in March 2015 when a jury found Kleiner Perkins not liable for all four of Pao’s claims, including retaliation and failure to prevent retaliation. A few months later, she dropped the suit and decided not to appeal.
I’m wondering about the law firm Ellen Pao used to advocate for her in this losing effort. How diverse was the firm? She ought to consider whether diversity is a factor in the success of law firms, and make a more enlightened choice for her next lawsuit.
Just kidding :)