Daphne Delvaux, Esq.

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Daphne Delvaux has been recognized by major news outlets (both nationally and internationally) as a leader of the women’s rights movement.

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Media Features

NBC 7 San Diego News

Mother Fired Because Kids Were Too Noisy During Virtual Meetings: Lawsuit

CBS News

Mom alleges in lawsuit she was fired for not keeping kids quiet while working from home

Good Morning America

Mom says she was fired over her kids being heard on conference calls

ABC10 News

Mother claims she was fired because her kids were heard in the background of her conference calls

Press Features

We talked to an employment lawyer about 'mom bias'

“For Delvaux, who specializes in defending mothers facing discrimination at work — or retaliation for reporting it — this is just another day on the job. According to her, “mom bias” has always been a problem in the corporate world, but the coronavirus has exacerbated it. Businesses are under pressure to cut costs, and workers are terrified of losing work, creating fertile ground for abuse. Since many businesses are reopening while so many day cares and schools remain closed, it will probably get worse before it gets better.”

Woman Says She Was Fired because her children disrupted her work

“Ms. Rios’s lawyer, Daphne Delvaux, said Ms. Rios had hired a nanny to help her balance her work and child care responsibilities. The nanny had signed on to help three days a week, from 7 to 11 a.m. However, “By the time the nanny started, Ms. Rios was already in the bad graces of her employer as she had reported discrimination to H.R.,” Ms. Delvaux said in a statement.”

Daphne Delvaux wins record settlement in case against former san diego mayor
“Working amid high level political decision makers and intense scrutiny from the media, Thomas Jefferson School of Law graduate Daphne Delvaux ‘12 recently helped steer one of San Diego’s most high-profile lawsuits to conclusion, including winning a record settlement for the plaintiff.” “As an advocate for women’s rights, this settlement is a vindication,” Delvaux says of the case. “Sexual harassment, especially by an elected official, is unacceptable. The Mayor is not above the law.”

Podcast Features

Nawltalks Podcast: Episode #12

Daphne Delvaux & Women’s Rights in the Workplace

Episode #183: Legal Rights for Working Moms During COVID-19 with Daphne Delvaux

The Doctor Mom Podcast: Episode #183

Legal Rights for Working Moms During COVID-19 with Daphne Delvaux

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Daphne Delvaux, Esq.

A sought-after speaker and established expert on women’s rights, Ms. Delvaux regularly appears in national and international media. For press interviews, please contact Ms. Delvaux’s team here. 

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