I filed a huge case with the EEOC - Here's a link to my Visual Timeline document I submitted from 2006
Kirkland & Ellis LLP Should Be Ashamed of Itself!
It was a nightmare working for some brutal women in management at Kirkland's San Francisco office. Both Audrey Wulff and Corki Recht, who I've written about previously, were scary to work for. They decided to burn me out rather then let me continue after two years because I was about to get 401k contributions I waited for two years. Everyone prior to me in the position had been terminated within a few months. I worked 155 hours overtime for them and was a lone night staff employee with little support who worked until 11:30 p.m. Sometimes I'd have to stay until 2:00 a.m. They lied to me they'd eventually hire more people and never did. There were 3 1/2 floors in a huge and infamous Bank of America Tower of attorneys and staff I supported for their document production needs. I was the only one in San Francisco but occasionally Nancy Gagen and a few others from the Chicago office would help me with overflow if they had time.
I also suspected Kirkland's female management was spying on me and others there which is why I purchased bug scanning devices to check for hidden cameras and electromagnetic waves. I got a lot of static indicating some kind of activity but couldn't confirm the source.
I'm proud of my fellow former coworkers who refuse to be intimidated as if we're in Nazi Germany by out of control big law firms. Way to go Nancy and Tammi!
The site server for this site seems to have problems. If it's down, keep trying. I viewed it this morning: