Sexual Harassment Law Blog


Rochester Univ Pays $9.4 Million in Sex Harass Case

Rochester Univ Pays $9.4 Million in Sex Harass Case

The University of Rochester is paying 9 former students and professors $9.4 million to settle claims of sexual harassment in the school’s brain and cognitive sciences department. The settlement resolves a lawsuit filed in 2017. That year students and faculty claimed misconduct by Professor...

Essential Criteria for Selecting the Best Sexual Harassment Lawyer

Essential Criteria for Selecting the Best Sexual Harassment Lawyer

Selecting a sexual harassment lawyer could be the single most important decision you make. The right lawyer can mean the difference between a successful claim for financial compensation and the loss of your chances for recovery. Even more importantly, having the right lawyer to guide you through...

Six Common Mistakes Made by Sexual Harassment Victims

Six Common Mistakes Made by Sexual Harassment Victims

We have spoken with many victims of sexual harassment and studied why some people never report their stories while others do but fail in getting justice. To help victims make more informed decisions about whether they should report and what to expect, we are sharing our experience with...

Sexual Harassment by Customers – Can I Sue My Employer?

Sexual Harassment by Customers – Can I Sue My Employer?

We all know that sexual harassment is illegal in the workplace. Many of think that the perpetrators are bosses or co-workers. If you work in the service industry, however, you probably also think of customers. Workers dependent on tip income are especially vulnerable to harassment.
Can you...


How You Can Catch Your Boss in the Act of Being a Jerk

How You Can Catch Your Boss in the Act of Being a Jerk

One thing the Trump Administration has made clear about the workplace: It’s easier than ever for employees to record their bosses secretly. Omarosa Manigault Newman recorded shocking conversations with both President Trump and Chief of Staff John Kelly while she was working as a White House...