Date
Title
Source
May 2007
the Appeal Committee Report
May 2007
the House of Lords Minutes recording the decision
22 April 2007
The woman leading fight for working mothers
The Observer
28 February 2007
Mothers 'face job discrimination'
Women face ongoing discrimination in the workplace, a major review of inequality in the UK suggests.
BBC News
24 February 2007
Nomura pregnancy case goes to Lords
By James Rossiter
Times Online
2 February 2007
Elvesztette diszkriminációs perét a magyar bankárnõ
Az ügynek európai kihatásai is lehetnek
By Veronika R. Hahn
Népszabadság
1 February 2007
My sexism case cost me £400.000,
but I'll fight on

By David Cohen
Evening Standard
27 January 2007
Ex-Nomura banker loses sex bias appeal
By Nikki Tait,Law Courts Correspondent
Financial Times
27 January 2007
Sacked mother loses sex bias appeal against bank
The Guardian
26 January 2007
Ex-Nomura banker loses appeal
Mirror
26 January 2007
Blackstone wins landmark sex case for Nomura
By Nina Goswami
The Lawyer
26 January 2007
Ex-Nomura Banker Loses U.K. Sex Discrimination Case (Update2)
By Megan Murphy
Bloomberg
26 January 2007
Nomura banker has 1 mln stg sex descrimination case rejected at Appeal Court
ABC Money
26 January 2007
Banker loses discrimination case
BBC News
26 January 2007
Ex-banker loses sex discrimination case
By Michael Herman
Times Online
26 January 2007
Ex-Nomura banker loses appeal
Reuters UK
26 January 2007
Where the burden lies
By Michael Herman
Times Online
1 November 2006
Sexism in the City mum's £1m appeal over barking boss
By Padraic Flanagan
Daily Express
1 November 2006
Ex-Nomura banker goes to Court of Appeal
By Nikki Tait
Financial Times
31 October 2006

Nomura faces £1 million sex bias appeal crunch
By James Rossiter

Evening Standard
31 October 2006

Nomura faces £1 million sex bias appeal crunch
By James Rossiter (Summary By Robert Lea )

Evening Standard
May 2006
New funding means sex discrimination case goes on
By James Rossiter
Evening Standard
7 April 2006
Banker to take £1m battle with Nomura to Court of Appeal
By James Rossiter
Evening Standard
7 April 2006
Andrea Madarassy v Nomura International: judgment in full
Times Online
7 April 2006
Investment bank loses bid to have sex case dismissed
By Nikki Tait
Financial Times
1 September 2005
Discrimination claimant wins right to new appeal - Law Courts correspondent
By Nikki Tait
Financial Times
8 February 2005
Áldatlan áldott állapot
By R. Hahn Veronika
Népszabadság
16 December 2004
EOC statement on the case of
Andrea Madarassy v. Nomura International
Equal Opportunities Commission
14 July 2004
Nomura fights female banker's appeal claim
By Ingrid Mansell
Times Online
14 July 2004
Sexism and the City
OUT-LAW News
OUT-LAW News
13 July 2004
Sexism in the City: Nomura accused
By James Rossiter
Evening Standard
13 July 2004
City banker begins sex bias case
BBC News
13 February 2004
Ex-Nomura banker wins right to appeal
By Nikki Tait
Financial Times
12 February 2004
Nomura faces appeal in sex bias claim
By James Rossiter
Evening Standard
December 2003
Sexism and the City
By Stephanie Baker-Said
Bloomberg
31 October 2003
Women in London's City Sue Their Employers,
Alleging Sexism
Bloomberg
11 July 2003
Mixed results for women who claim
By Richard Miles
& Times Online
The Times
May 2003
Shout, shout, let it all out
Evening Standard
27 February 2003
City banker loses action on unfair dismissal
By John Williams
Dorking & Leatherhead Advertiser
23 February 2003
Greed 'fuels City sexism'
Labour: Our failure on sexism in the City
By Miles Costello
Financial Mail
20 February 2003
Ex-banker loses case against dismissal after her pregnancy
By Nikki Tait
Financial Times
3 February 2003
Nomura 'sex bias' case puts employers on payout watch
By James Rossiter
Evening Standard
30 December 2002
Japanese banking giant faces new sex bias claim
By John Bynorth
Evening Standard
29 December 2002
Nomura faces new sex and race claim
Louise Armitstead
Times Online
15 November 2002
Humiliation of the 'Cinderella' banker
By Peter Allen
Daily Mail
15 November 2002
Banker attacks 'Cinderella' sexism in the City
By Hadley Freeman
The Guardian
15 November 2002
City banker told off for lunch break, tribunal told
By Terri Judd
The Independent
14 November 2002
I lost my job because I was having a baby
By Richard Palmer
The Express Newspaper
13 November 2002
I lost my job at City bank because I was pregnant
By Danielle Demetriou
Evening Standard
12 November 2002
Nomura rejects unfair dismissal claim
By Bayan Rahman in Tokyo and Bob Sherwood in London
Financial Times
Others:
http://www.ex.ac.uk/~RDavies/arian/scandals/behaviour.html