Some things are slow to change: A brief discussion of when and how best to report workplace sexual harassment.
A brief history and summary of federal law and Oregon state law pertaining to sexual harassment.
Employers have a duty to protect their employees from harassment, even if it is perpetrated by individuals who are not employed by the employer.
This article discusses some of the basic considerations employees should consider when retaining a sexual harassment lawyer, as well as addressing some of the fundamentals of sexual harassment law.
We discuss strategic considerations in the preparation, filing, and prosecution of a successful sexual harassment case.