Two litigators who have been outspoken in the #MeToo movement, Roberta Kaplan and Tina Tchen, are launching a new business to help organizations learn how to stop sexual misconduct before it happens.

The name of the new entity, HABIT, is an acronym standing for Harassment, Acceptance, Bias and Inclusion Training. Among its listed services are anti-sexual harassment training, bystander intervention training and unconscious-bias training.

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