Sexual Harassment

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Save-A-Lot Franchise Pays $125,000 to Settle EEOC Sexual Harassment Suit

Company Ignored Escalating Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault of Female Cashier, Federal Agency Charged - GREENVILLE, Miss. - The Canton, Miss., franchise of Save-A-Lot Grocery operated by Potter and Sims Foods, Inc.,...more

Employment Law Navigator – Week in Review: February 2016

Equal pay and EEO-1 reports made headlines last Friday as the EEOC and the White House celebrated the 7th anniversary of the Lilly Ledbetter Act. The EEOC announced a proposed new requirement for federal contractors and...more

New York: Women’s Equality Act Legislation

In 2013, Governor Cuomo proposed multiple pieces of legislation, dubbed the Women’s Equality Act (“WEA”), to protect and further women’s equality in New York state. The legislation has been signed and became effective last...more

Federal Government Remains Focused on Title IX Compliance

The National Science Foundation (NSF) and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) recently made announcements that signal the government’s continued focus on ensuring that colleges and universities comply with Title IX's...more

The Hot, Sweaty, Smelly Results are In: You Can’t Sexually Harass Your Employee Even if She’s a Lawyer and You’re a Guru

In a tabloid-worthy legal verdict delivered on January 27, 2016, hot-yoga guru Bikram Choudhury has been found guilty by a Los Angeles jury of sexually harassing his own company lawyer and then firing her after she attempted...more

Sirdah Enterprises/Taboo 2 Consents to $250,000 Judgment to Settle EEOC Sexual Harassment Suit

Roswell Restaurant/Nightclub Manager Harassed Waitresses And Forced Them to Quit, Federal Agency Charged - ATLANTA - Sirdah Enterprises, Inc., doing business as Taboo 2 Bar & Bistro in Roswell, Ga., has consented to a...more

EEOC Sues Windsor Inn for Sexual Harassment and Retaliation

Restaurant Owner Sexually Assaulted and Harassed Female Employees, Federal Agency Charges - BALTIMORE -R.V. Associates Limited, doing business as Windsor Inn, violated federal law when its restaurant manager subjected...more

New York Employers – Looking Backward and Forward.

Last year was a ‘big year’ in New York in terms of new employment laws, and 2016 is shaping up to be just as big – as employers come into compliance with the many new laws, and brace for additional changes to come....more

New Year’s Resolution: Internal Investigation Tips For Retail Employers

The first time you learn of an employee’s complaint probably isn’t the day your company is served with a lawsuit. In most cases, the alleged victim complains to the company first. While an initial internal complaint provides...more

2015 Year in Review—the Top 10 Trends in New Jersey Employment Law

In 2015, there were important developments in New Jersey employment law. This newsletter examines some of those developments in ten key areas— background checks, whistleblowing, paid sick leave, wage and hour, Law Against...more

Did Bill Clinton “Sexually Harass” Monica Lewinsky? Uh, No.

If you’re following the 2016 presidential elections at all, you know that Hillary Clinton’s political opponents are trying to attack her by making an issue of Bill’s sexual misconduct. One of the things being said by some of...more

Legal Trends: Employment & Labour

In the past year, the media and governments across Canada have paid greater attention to workplace discrimination and harassment. In Ontario, for example, the government introduced Bill 132, Sexual Violence and Harassment...more

When Is a Coworker Also a Supervisor: Issue Still Undecided after Recent Fourth Circuit Decision…

On November 6, 2015, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, in McKinnish v. Brennan, an unpublished decision, confirmed that an employee’s failure to report his or her supervisor’s allegedly sexually explicit text...more

New Year, New Rules for Employers Doing Business in New York

This past year the New York legislature and New York Department of Labor amended several employment laws implementing changes that are set to take effect at the end of 2015 or in early 2016. This update summarizes the new and...more

EEOC’S Lawsuit Against Costco to Proceed

Court Denies Warehouse Retailer's Attempts to Avoid Trial on Allegations Store Failed to Stop Customer from Stalking and Harassing Employee - CHICAGO - A federal district court judge ruled that the U.S. Equal Employment...more

Update on recent cyber prosecutions/stings

The feds keep chipping away at those thieves and hackers and we are pleased to showcase the recent results of their hard work. Computer Hacking and Sexual Extortion - On December 9, 2015, the U.S. Attorney’s Office...more

Out of Bounds: Title IX, Off-Campus Conduct, and Yeasin V. University of Kansas

The Kansas Court of Appeals’ decision in Yeasin v. University of Kansas, stands for the proposition that educational institutions must act with both precision and foresight when delineating their disciplinary authority. Of...more

Tis the Season for Good Party Planning

Holiday parties are a great way for employers to boost morale and bring employees together to celebrate the season and the past year’s accomplishments. However, if not properly planned, a holiday party may bring an...more

Supreme Court To Review CRST Attorneys’ Fee Award Against EEOC

The U.S. Supreme Court agreed last Friday to review a decision from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, which vacated a multi-million attorneys’ fee award for trucking company CRST Van Expedited, Inc. The Equal...more

Happy New Year: New Resolutions for New York in the New Year

Another New Year is upon us, and employers doing business in New York will begin 2016 with some significant New Year’s resolutions. So here are the top five new laws signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo that are designed to...more

Employment Law Navigator – Week in Review: December 7, 2015

‘Tis the season for holiday cheer and employer-sponsored celebrations. It’s a good time to heed the words of sage employment lawyers who want to help you avoid celebration-related complaints, charges and lawsuits. Last...more

Mayflower Seafood of Goldsboro, Inc. Sued By EEOC for Sexual Harassment and Retaliation

Female Employee Subjected to Unwanted Sexual Touching, Comments by Male Employees, Then Reduced Work Hours for Complaining About Harassment, Federal Agency Charges - RALEIGH, N.C. - Mayflower Seafood of Goldsboro, Inc.,...more

Refusal to Allow Employee to Rescind Resignation May Violate Title VII

In general, once an employee tenders his or her notice of resignation, the employer is under no legal obligation to rescind acceptance of the notice. Last month, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals cast doubt on this rule by...more

Canadian Employment News Series: Ontario’s New Sexual Violence and Harassment Action Plan Act: How the proposed legislation will...

The Ontario government introduced Bill 132, the “Sexual Violence and Harassment Action Plan Act (Supporting Survivors and Challenging Sexual Violence and Harassment), 2015” (the “Act”) on October 27, 2015. This Act is part of...more

Female Laundry Workers Receive $582,000 in Settlement of EEOC Sexual Harassment Case

Victory for Latina Immigrant Workers Who Were Harassed by Supervisor - NEW YORK - Suffolk Laundry Services, Inc. will pay $582,000 to eight former employees to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit brought by the U.S. Equal...more

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