Tag Archives: #MeToo

The chief justice’s 2018 year-end report: The federal judiciary and #MeToo

Chief Justice John Roberts released his annual report on the federal judiciary today, focusing on the judiciary’s response to allegations of sexual misconduct in the workplace. Roberts had discussed this issue in his 2017 report, after several female law clerks … Continue reading

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#MeToo and Federal Law: Will the Courts Ever Catch Up? General Counsel

By Philip R. Voluck, co-managing partner of Kaufman Dolowich & Voluck LLP Pennsylvania offices The #MeToo movement has radically changed the way society views sexual harassment. While it has been a pervasive problem in most workplaces for years, #MeToo has … Continue reading

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#Metoo Change is Coming: From the Courtroom into the Boardroom

The #metoo, can be viewed as a disease in business practice.  In its wake, thousands of women have come forward to raise complaints of sexual harassment.  Workplace harassment does not simply remain in the realm of celebrity, its reach is … Continue reading

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Holiday Party Tips for the #MeToo Era

The trend is to move away from holiday parties.  Some companies are opting for a family picnic in the summer instead, or a party in January after the holiday season is over.  If your company is still planning a holiday … Continue reading

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#MeToo Changes the Face of Sexual Harassment Litigation for Employers

With the rise of the #MeToo movement, companies have been forced to re-examine how they litigate and settle allegations of sexual harassment in the workplace.  Specifically, companies are facing increasing criticism if they compel claims of sexual harassment to private … Continue reading

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