‘sexual harassment’ Category
Exposure to supervisor’s sexual misconduct with others does NOT create Title VII liability0
May 27, 2021 by Tom Roberts, Esq.
Can I sue my employer for a hostile work environment when I witness the boss having sex with a co-worker …
Category General, Hostile Work Environment, sexual harassment | Tags: boss having sex with others, hostile work environment, retaliation, title 7, title 7 retaliation, title vii, title vii retaliation, workplace misconduct
“Sex”, Bathrooms and the Rule of Law0
April 20, 2016 by Tom Roberts, Esq.
4-20-2016 – Attorneys Andrew T. Bodoh and Jonathan M. Arthur of the Virginia civil rights firm Thomas H. Roberts & …
Category Civil Rights, Due Process, General, Litigation, sexual harassment | Tags: larock, lgbtq, mandamus in virginia, mark herring, suit against virginia attorney general, transgender bathrooms in virginia, transgender discrimination, virginia lgbt, virginia lgbtq, virginia mandamus
Can I sue my employer for sexual harassment by non-employees?0
January 23, 2014 by Tom Roberts, Esq.
Q. Can I sue my employer for sexual harassment by non-employees? A. Yes – if the employer knew and negligently …
Category Civil Rights, Employment Law, sexual harassment | Tags: civil rights in virginia, sexual harassment attorney, sexual harassment attorney in virginia, sexual harassment by contractors, sexual harassment by customers, sexual harassment by non-employees, sexual harassment by nonemployees, sexual harassment by patients, sexual harassment in virginia, sexual harassment law firm, Thomas H. Roberts, Virginia Civil Rights Attorney, virginia civil rights law firm, virginia sexual harassment, virginia sexual harassment attorney, virginia sexual harassment lawyer