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Workplace Harassment Law

Barbara T. Lindemann, David D. Kadue
Format
Book
Published
Arlington, Va. : BNA Books, c2012.
Edition
2nd ed.
Language
English
ISBN
9781570185458, 157018545X
Contents
  • The evolution of workplace harassment law
  • Exhaustion of administrative remedies, a prerequisite to litigation
  • Statute of limitations and equitable doctrines
  • Who is subject to suit
  • Who is eligible to sue
  • The alleged harasser as defendant
  • The alleged harasser as plaintiff
  • Harassment because of gender
  • Harassment because of race or color
  • Harassment because of national origin or alienage
  • Harassment because of religion
  • Harassment because of age
  • Harassment because of disability
  • Harassment because of association
  • Bystander harassment
  • Retaliation for opposing harassment and harassment because of a protected activity
  • Harassment not because of a protected basis
  • Actions that constitute a tangible action
  • Harassment objectively and subjectively severe or pervasive
  • Harassment creating a constructive discharge
  • Employer liability for harassment culminating in a tangible employment action
  • Employer liability for harassment, by employer or employer's proxy or alter ego, creating a hostile environment
  • Employer vicarious liability for harassment by supervisors creating a hostile environment, and the employer's affirmative defense
  • Employer liability in negligence for harassment, by supervisors, coworkers or nonemployees, creating a hostile environment
  • EEOC investigatin and enforcement
  • Creating rights and obligations regarding workplace harassment
  • EEOC investigation and enforcement
  • Harassment claims under other federal laws
  • Harassment claims under state FEP statutes
  • Harassment claims under common law
  • Harassment issues arising under criminal law
  • Harassment issues arising under collective bargaining agreements
  • Expert witnesses and special evidentiary issues
  • Injunctive relief
  • Monetary relief
  • Attorney's fees and costs.
Description
1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 27 cm.
Notes
  • Rev. ed. of: Sexual harassment in employment law. c1992.
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Technical Details
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