March 5, 2015

When many people think of sexual harassment, they likely think of a man sexually harassing their female subordinate. However, sexual harassment works both ways – i.e., the harasser, as well as the victim. That was the case in┬áHasper v. County of Suffolk, decided by the Eastern District of New York on Feb. 25, 2015. There,…

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