Litigating the Workplace Harassment Case

    Litigating the Workplace Harassment Case

    Litigating the Workplace Harassment Case

    Over the years, courts have recognized harassment based on criteria extending beyond sexual harassment in the workplace. As a result, litigation in this area has increased and expanded to include all protected under the Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. This guide takes a hard look at the litigation and settlement strategies.
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    Written by renowned defense and plaintiff counsel, Litigating the Workplace Harassment Case provides a comprehensive look at litigation and settlement strategies for such cases. It begins with a comprehensive review of the law governing workplace discrimination and discusses all aspects of the workplace harassment case from both the defense and plaintiff sides. In particular, this book supplies an insightful review of the use of insurance coverage in discrimination and harassment cases, and addresses how overlooking this important aspect can have severe ramifications for litigation or settlement. Other detailed information includes:

    • EEOC's role in litigating and dispute resolution
    • Responding to a charge or complaint
    • Role of jury science
    • Defending the alleged harasser
    • Multi-plaintiff litigation
    • Religious discrimination

    Product Details

    Sponsor Groups

    Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section

    Publisher

    ABA Book Publishing

    ISBN

    9781604429602

    Page Count

    658

    Product Code

    5190452

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