Blog Posts in December, 2013

  • A Wrongfully Terminated Employee Must Mitigate Damages

    || 12-Dec-2013

    You have probably heard the term "damages" in the context of a lawsuit discussed on TV, the radio, or even in movies. The term "damages" comes up in nearly every civil lawsuit. In a civil lawsuit, "damages" simply means the amount of money or other compensation that is awarded to a plaintiff for all of the harm caused as a legal result of the defendant's conduct. ...
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  • "Sexual Desire" Not Required to Prove Sexual Harassment

    || 12-Dec-2013

    Sexual harassment cases are typically brought by female employees alleging misconduct by male supervisors or co-workers. But the claims arise in other contexts—male employees harassed by female supervisors/coworkers, same-sex harassment, and claims that the hostile environment affected males and females alike. Until recently, there was some uncertainty as to whether a claim for sexual ...
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