Marketing Co. Defeats Sexual Harassment Claims at Arbitration

A former employee sued her former employer, a marketing company, and co-worker for sexual harassment, sexual battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress.  The plaintiff claimed that the former co-worker had sexually harassed and sexually battered her over a lengthy period of time. Representation included trying the case before an arbitrator who ruled in favor of the former employer and co-worker.

Location

Private Arbitration

Counsel

Garrett V. Jensen

Related Industries

  • Professional Services and Consulting

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