Defining the Contours of Individual Liability Under the NJLAD for Aiding and Abetting Sexual Harassment

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Under the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination an employee's supervisor may not be held individually liable for sexual harassment of an employee, even if the supervisor is aware of the harassment, unless the supervisor has "aided and abetted" the sexual harassment.

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