A woman who claims she was framed, then fired, after complaining about sexual harassment has had her lawsuit reinstated by a federal appeals court.
The U.S. Court for the Second Circuit explicitly recognized so-called “cat’s paw” liability, where an employer can be held liable for being the negligent conduit of an employee’s retaliatory intent.
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