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Is Zoombombing Illegal Sexual Harassment?

Millions of American workers have found themselves suddenly working from home in the wake of COVID-19. Zoom and other video conferencing applications are a crucial part of that unexpected transition. However, vulnerabilities in the app’s security h… Read More
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Victims Feel Left Out of…

Victims Feel Left Out of Methodist Church’s Response to Sexual Harassment Charges

The Catholic Church isn’t the only religious organization dealing with sexual harassment charges against their religious leaders. But when the United Methodist Church said it had reached a “Just Resolution” with one of the denomination’s most… Read More
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What to Do About Defamati…

What to Do About Defamation Lawsuits Filed in Response to Sexual Misconduct Claims

Coming forward with sexual misconduct claims requires courage and conviction. The idea that your abuser may turn the tables and take you to court may be enough to threaten your confidence. But if your story is true, even a defamation lawsuit filed in… Read More
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EEOC Sexual Harassment Cl…

EEOC Sexual Harassment Claims Drop in 2019

Every year, thousands of women and men file claims with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) for discrimination and sexual harassment at work. Surprisingly, last year the number of sexual harassment claims dropped, even though ther… Read More
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What Sexual Harassment Lo…

What Sexual Harassment Looks Like When You Work From Home

Many more New York residents are finding themselves working remotely in jobs that used to be 9-5 in an office. You might assume that this social distancing would remove the risks of a hostile work environment. However, sexual harassment can happen in… Read More
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Britt McHenry Says Sexual…

Britt McHenry Says Sexual Harassment Continues at Fox News

Online Fox Nation host Britt McHenry sued Fox News, saying that her co-host Tyrus sexually harassed her and that the network did nothing to respond to her complaints. Hers is the latest in a string of sexual harassment claims against the company, sho… Read More
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Will You Lose Your Rights…

Will You Lose Your Rights If You Quit Your Job to Escape Sexual Harassment?

Every day, many victims of sexual harassment walk into work wondering if this is the day they will quit. They may struggle to endure the hostile working environment rather than run the risks of unemployment. Others stick it out, only to be fired rath… Read More
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When and Where Should You…

When and Where Should Your Sexual Harassment or Assault Case be Filed?

When your work takes you on the road it can sometimes create uncomfortable or even dangerous situations between coworkers. When a hotel stay or a trip overseas for work turns into a case of sexual harassment or assault, it may be hard to tell when an… Read More
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New York State Legislators Tighten Sexual Harassment Laws, Again

Earlier this year, the New York state legislature held its first hearings on sexual harassment and gender discrimination in nearly 50 years. Now Senate Bill 6577, the product of those hearings, has been signed into law. That means tighter sexual hara… Read More
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EEOC Settlement Requires…

EEOC Settlement Requires Sexual Harassment Training in Spanish

When you operate a multi-ethnic company, you can’t always assume that your employees will speak enough English to understand their rights when it comes to reporting gender discrimination and sexual harassment. A recent settlement by the EEOC requir… Read More
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