Pao's attorneys say the nearly $1 million she owes in legal fees to the venture capital firm is "grossly excessive."
Storied firm says it has more women venture capitalists than others in the industry, vows to improve.
That dollar figure to cover legal fees is a quarter of what Pao's former employer had requested. "I think I got the right ballpark," the judge says.
A judge tentatively orders Pao to pay up, but the amount is only a quarter of what her former employer had requested.
The venture capital firm claims in court filing opposing Pao's request to drop legal fees that she asked the firm for millions in exchange for not appealing the case.
Pao gives her first two in-depth interviews since losing her high-profile case, talking about the impact of the trial, her thoughts on Silicon Valley and whether she'll appeal.
General partner Matt Murphy, who testified that he recommended firing Pao, expects to move to a smaller venture firm.
After a second round of deliberations, the jury gives a decisive victory to prominent venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins, which was being sued for gender discrimination by former junior partner Ellen Pao.
The closely watched sex discrimination case is winding down, but both sides know that whatever the jury decides could have far-reaching implications.
In the high-stakes Silicon Valley case of he-said, she-said, lawyers for both sides argue over whether an atmosphere of gender discrimination persisted at Kleiner Perkins.