The California Supreme Court Narrowly Rules That Individuals Are Not Liable for Retaliation in Some Circumstances

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The California Supreme Court rules that individual nonemployers are not liable for retaliation, but leaves open the issue of individual liability for retaliation that is in response to a complaint of harassment.

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