Fisher Phillips Attorney Tells Business Insurance that Rumors Can Constitute Sexual Harassment
A recent court case has attorneys calling into question whether rumors can rise to the level of sexual harassment and whether the #MeToo era is causing courts to view rumors more seriously. But, New Orleans partner Michelle Anderson clears the confusion in an interview with Business Insurance. “The court’s finding is neither novel nor attributable to the #MeToo movement.” For many years, Michelle said, she has conveyed in supervisory training sessions that rumors can constitute sexual harassment.
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