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Unpacking the Boston, Massachusetts City Hall Sexual Harassment Case

The city of Boston is embroiled in a significant legal case as former employee Hilani Morales presses a sexual harassment lawsuit against the city and former city councilor Felix G. Arroyo. Set against the backdrop of city politics and public…
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Waltham, Massachusetts Legal Perspectives on Sexual Assault Awareness Initiatives

pril marks Sexual Assault Awareness Month in the United States, a time dedicated to raising awareness about sexual violence and educating communities and individuals on how to prevent sexual assault. The Prevention, Advocacy, and Resource Center…
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Chef Barbara Lynch Accused of Workplace Harassment and Abuse: How Boston Sexual Harassment Lawyers Can Help Victims

Celebrity chef Barbara Lynch has recently come under fire for allegations of workplace harassment and abuse. Multiple former employees have come forward to accuse Lynch of creating a hostile work environment, using racial slurs, and engaging…
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Massachusetts Man Sued For Sexually Harassing Female Substance Abuse Patients

A Massachusetts man has been sued by the U.S. Attorney's Office for sexually harassing numerous women in so-called "sober homes." These women were incredibly vulnerable because they were trying to recover from substance abuse issues. The abuser…
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The Requirement of Sexual Harassment Policies in Massachusetts

One of the most important responsibilities that employers are tasked with is the duty of ensuring that their employees are as safe as they can possibly be while in the workplace environment. Employers carry the legal duty of ensuring that no…
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Massachusetts laws address workplace harassment in Boston’s service industry.

Massachusetts - December 17, 2020 A labor advocacy group called One Fair Wage has recently outlined unsafe, and unfair working conditions that food service employees who are tipped have been increasingly subjected to since the beginning of…
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Who should an employee report a sexual harassment incident to when working in Massachusetts?

Many cases of sexual harassment in the workplace go unaddressed simply because employees don’t know who to report their complaints to. If a manager or supervisor is the one who is making unwanted physical contact or saying things in a sexual…