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    Considerations in Handling Workplace Sexual Harassment Complaints: A Step by Step Approach

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    Thirty years ago the U.S. Supreme Court held that workplace sexual harassment was an actionable form of discrimination prohibited by Title VII. While we have come a long way since then, sexual harassment remains a frequent concern in the workplace and the #metoo and #timesup movement has put sexual harassment front and center in the minds of every labor and employment lawyer and professional.

    This webinar will feature experienced practitioners providing practical, efficient and effective tools and guidance to navigate a complaint from the first time you learn about the allegation through litigation.

    Panelist:

    • Sunu P. Chandy - National Women’s Law Center, Washington, DC
    • Esther Landers - Akin Gump, Washington, DC
    • Melissa Woods - Cohen Weiss and Simon, New York, New York

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    May 01, 2018

    2018-05-01T13:00:00 2018-05-01T14:30:00 Considerations in Handling Workplace Sexual Harassment Complaints: A Step by Step Approach

    Thirty years ago the U.S. Supreme Court held that workplace sexual harassment was an actionable form of discrimination prohibited by Title VII. While we have come a long way since then, sexual harassment remains a frequent concern in the workplace and the #metoo and #timesup movement has put sexual harassment front and center in the minds of every labor and employment lawyer and professional.

    This webinar will feature experienced practitioners providing practical, efficient and effective tools and guidance to navigate a complaint from the first time you learn about the allegation through litigation.

    Panelist:

    • Sunu P. Chandy - National Women’s Law Center, Washington, DC
    • Esther Landers - Akin Gump, Washington, DC
    • Melissa Woods - Cohen Weiss and Simon, New York, New York

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