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Sexual Harassment Scandal Rocks Ohio State

Columbus, OH- The cheerleading coach for Ohio State University has been fired amid allegations that she failed to act on sexual misconduct from two assistant coaches. The events leading up to Lenee Buchman’s dismissal began six months ago…
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Jameis Winston Case; Did FSU Violate Federal Regulations?

Tallahassee, FL- Now that assault allegations against FSU quarterback Jameis Winston have surfaced, a number of questions about how various authorities handled the victim’s complaints almost a year ago have arisen, with some thinking that…
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Legislation to Prevent Sexual Assault in the Military Fails to Pass Senate

Washington, D.C. - Sexual harassment and assault are a major issue in the military, but service members who are also victims may not be getting protections they have long been seeking as the Senate failed to pass an amendment to the National…
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Attorneys Engaged in “He Said, She Said” Over FSU’s Jameis Winston’s Sexual Assault Allegations

Tallahassee, FL- The city of Tallahassee was roiled when a case surfaced in which Florida State University quarterback Jameis Winston was accused of sexually assaulting a young woman, now the attorneys representing the victim and Winston are…
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Are People Who Blame the Victim Prone to Sexually Harassment?

Boulder, CO- Because sexual harassment is prevalent in the workplace and on college campuses, experts in the field are constantly trying to determine who is likely to harass another and why. This is a complex issue in which many factors can…
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Sexual Harassment Has Far-reaching Effects on the Victims

Boulder, CO-Sexual harassment is, unfortunately, a common problem in workplaces and on college campuses across the country. While the law protects people from this form of hostile behavior and employers typically have a no-tolerance policy,…
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Is Sexual Harassment Training Enough to Prevent Lawsuits?

Denver, CO-Allegations of sexual harassment and the subsequent lawsuits can become very messy and costly for an employer. In an effort to prevent sexual harassment lawsuits and make a workplace less hostile, employers require their employees…
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What You Should Do if You Are Being Sexually Harassed?

Boulder, CO- Even though sexual harassment in the workplace is forbidden by federal and state law, it is still a prevalent problem in the workplace. On average the EEOC receives 30,000 sexual harassment and discrimination complaints. Those are…
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Is Office Dating a Sexual Harassment Disaster For Employers?

Denver, CO- Many relationships begin and end in the workplace. In past studies 40 to 47 percent of respondents said they have been involved in at least one office romance, according to Psychology Today. It makes sense since most people spend…
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The Most Disgusting Case of Sexual Harassment Ever

New York, NY- Some of the sexual harassment cases we write can be somewhat mild compared to the way a woman from Cheektowaga, New York was treated by her male coworkers at the Sewer Maintenance Department. The salacious allegations show how…
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Could You Get Fired For You Sexual Orientation? You Can if You’re LBGT

Boulder, CO- Unless the House passes the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, it will still be legal to discriminate against and fire LBGT persons in the majority of states. While the Senate voted last week to pass EDNA which will add workplace…
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Sexual Harassment on College Campuses

Boulder, CO- Over the past few years there has been a great deal of controversy over sexual harassment and assaults on college campuses. Numerous institutions of higher learning, including the Yale, University of Colorado-Boulder, University…