Lawyers who defend employers in discrimination and harassment cases before the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals were handed another tool for their bag of tricks last week.
The message in Judge Edward E. Carnes’ opinion issued March 19: don’t ask us to micromanage companies’ internal investigations of sexual harassment allegations. “We already have enough to do,” he wrote.
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