The decade-long sexual harassment case that led an appeals court to hold that the Law Against Discrimination could apply to picket-line speech by union members settled quietly last Monday for an undisclosed amount.

Baliko v. International Union of Operating Engineers, A-5950-96, had bounced back and forth between the trial and appellate levels for nine years and was on its way to a second jury trial when the litigants announced their agreement in Morris County Superior Court.

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