For the first time in almost a decade, judges presiding in civil sexual harassment cases have an updated version of the model jury charge to direct jurors in deliberations.

Although sexual harassment law changed drastically in the 1990s, trial judges have had little guidance on the best way to help jurors make sense of the complex factors that go into deciding whether a plaintiff has been subjected to a hostile work environment based on sex.

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