Insurance lawyers should tune into anchorwoman Sara Lee Kessler’s discrimination complaint as it heads to a jury this week, and not just to be titillated by allegations that WWOR-TV was ageist, sexist and unsympathetic to Kessler’s Jewishness.

The case has become a test of how judges and lawyers should implement the state Supreme Court’s landmark ruling that workers’ compensation covers the physical manifestation of emotional injuries caused by sexual harassment.

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