Legal Guides for Sexual Harassment
Written by attorney Brenda McCune, about 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Have a safety plan BEFORE the next time an incident occurs It is a god idea to have duplicate copies of financial records at a location other than your residence if you live with the... more
Written by attorney Kennard Friedman, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Recognize Harassment Any unwelcome behavior directed at you because of your gender or sexual preferences is sexual harassment. Often victims deny the incident, downplay it or question if... more
Written by attorney Jennifer Tennant, about 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Assign Investigator As soon as management learns about alleged harassment, it should assign a management person to be in charge of a detailed fact-finding investigation. Whoever conducts... more
Written by attorney Katrina Saleen, over 2 years ago.
You know you’ve been sexually harassed at the workplace and it’s time to take action. Your next steps could have important consequences for your sexual harassment case. Check to make sure... more
Written by attorney W. Thomas Smith, over 3 years ago.
The general rule in Massachusetts law is that an employer is not liable for the intentional acts (in this case the crime of sexual assault or rape) carried out by its employees. There are,... more
Written by attorney Julie C Janofsky, over 2 years ago.
This legal guide covers the definition of sexual harassment, what a victim of sexual harassment can do, and what the employer can do.
Written by attorney Emanuel Shirazi, over 2 years ago.
Short list of important steps to protect the rights of the sexually harassed
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, almost 2 years ago.
Workplace bullying can include such tactics as verbal, nonverbal, psychological, physical abuse and humiliation. This type o
Written by attorney Brian Polinske, over 4 years ago.
I think I'm Being Sexually Harassed! If you believe you've been subjected to sexual harassment you need to know what the law requires of you. You must comply with any rules promulgated in... more
Written by attorney Michael Early, 9 months ago.
Our common understanding of what constitutes sexual harassment is often conduct that California courts say is insufficient to establish a legal claim for sexual harassment. Whether you've... more