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post »Sex harassment myth: “He said/she said” is no big deal. 7-8-16

July 13 2016, 4:23 pm

http://www.jdsupra.com/legalnews/sex-harassment-myth-he-said-she-said-is-19819/

 Bruce’s Summary: Good overview of “he said/she said” type sexual harassment cases and how courts look at the “genuine issue of material facts” along with adding a little spice by throwing in a scenario.

So, who is more believable, he or she or them? The author bats back and forth how a scenario case may play out.

These type cases, are at times, slippery slopes for employers because of the high emotion involved and the uncertainty of what will surface next. More than 4 tools are presented that may help an employer navigate such allegations. Remember if it isn’t documented, it may be presumed to have not happened. “None of the information contained herein should be construed as legal advice, nor are Calvin Associates consultants engaged to offer legal advice. If there is a need for legal advice, please contact and seek the advice of independent legal counsel.” www.calvin-associates.com