Harassment Statute of Limitations May Stretch Back in Time


In order to get around the three-year statute of limitations for employer harassment claims, plaintiffs often attempt to connect relatively innocuous employer conduct occurring within the time limit with more egregious conduct occurring before it. Timeliness was recently discussed in Loeffelholz v. University of Washington, 162 Wn. App. 360 (2011).

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