Exposure to supervisor’s sexual misconduct with others does NOT create Title VII liability

Posted Posted in General, Hostile Work Environment, sexual harassment

Can I sue my employer for a hostile work environment when I witness the boss having sex with a co-worker and giving my co-worker preferential treatment? Probably Not. Under Title VII, an employer is prohibited from discriminating against any individual with respect to his/her compensation, terms, conditions, or privileges of employment because of his/her race, […]

“Sex”, Bathrooms and the Rule of Law

Posted Posted in Civil Rights, Due Process, General, Litigation, sexual harassment

4-20-2016 – Attorneys Andrew T. Bodoh and Jonathan M. Arthur of the Virginia civil rights firm Thomas H. Roberts & Associates, P.C. are proud to represent Delegate Dave LaRock (R-Loudoun) in a lawsuit against Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring. “Delegate LaRock wants the Attorney General to follow the law and to do his job in […]

Can I sue my employer for sexual harassment by non-employees?

Posted Posted in Civil Rights, Employment Law, sexual harassment

Q. Can I sue my employer for sexual harassment by non-employees? A. Yes – if the employer knew and negligently failed to take remedial steps to stop or prevent the sexual harassment. A hostile work environment based upon sexual harassment. Generally speaking, in order to prove sexual harassment based on a hostile work environment, a […]