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Her first scene is with male pornographic performer Isiah Maxwell for her website
According to Ann, female performers in the industry who were 30 years or older were rejected by other agents and had to represent themselves despite the demand for them amid the "MILF phenomenon," which motivated her to start her own agency and represent them.
I don't want to be in any locker room talk." In March 2015, during the annual March Madness NCAA basketball tournament, there was media attention regarding a promotion she promoted in conjunction with the production studio Brazzers.
The contest, "Win a Date with Lisa Ann", was co-sponsored by the studio and offered an all-expense-paid trip to the national championship game for the best trick shot video submitted.
In January 2018, she announced that she will come back to the adult industry and start to perform again as a pornographic actress.
Being a civil rights and employment attorney gives me the opportunity to do that every day – to fight for the underdog and try to achieve vindication for hardworking employees and whistleblowers who have suffered discrimination, harassment, or retaliation in the workplace.
In a February 2014 interview with GQ magazine sportswriter Myles Brown, Lisa Ann stated "..dudes could be with Victoria's Secret models, that's how I look at athletes. I'm looking at 18, 19, 20-year-old guys." and continued, "They're at the beginning of their lives, so they're still excited, naive and simple.
They're not negative yet." She later stated in the interview that her preference of athlete to interact with or have a relationship is NBA players.
I consider myself very fortunate to be able to come to work each day and make a positive difference in someone’s life.” , Lisa Banks has successfully litigated employment discrimination and whistleblower protection cases at the trial court and appellate level for over 20 years. Banks is a founding partner of Katz, Marshall & Banks, LLP, where she concentrates her practice on claims related to employment discrimination, sexual harassment, Title IX, whistleblower retaliation, SEC and CFTC whistleblower tips, and contractual employment disputes. Banks is an experienced advocate who has consistently achieved outstanding results on behalf of her clients either in court or through negotiated settlement. Banks has significant experience in federal and state courts, including courts in D. She has also represented numerous whistleblowers before the Department of Labor (DOL) in the transportation, nuclear, financial, and pharmaceutical industries. Banks recently co-authored a comprehensive whistleblower law treatise, Whistleblower Law: A Practitioner’s Guide, an exhaustive guide to the dozens of federal and state whistleblower laws affecting virtually every industry in the country.
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