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U.S. Supreme Court Limits Employer Liability In Title VII Supervisory Harassment Cases

In a significant decision issued on June 24, 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court held that employers are vicariously liable for unlawful harassment committed by a supervisor only if the supervisor is empowered by the employer to...more

Discrimination or Harassment Plaintiff: Play the hand you're dealt

Sexual harassment claims often come from things you can't fully control. A rouge supervisor. An on-the-side workplace romance that goes bad. On top of that, you can't pick the employee who gets harassed and turns...more

Romance At Work

Attached is a recent article that we published in the Legal Intelligencer that concerns romance at work and the problems it can present....more

Employer Faces Trial For Failing to Prevent Employee's Sexual Overtures to Fellow Employee

Workplace romances are not unusual. But when do an employee's romantic overtures to another employee cross the line and become sexual harassment? Under what circumstances can an employer be held liable for failing to prevent...more

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