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Sexual harassment in the workplace violates federal, state, and local laws, and yet the conduct continues to contaminate our working lives. Since the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1998 landmark rulings in the Faragher and Ellerth cases, companies have issued policies banning the conduct, have established training exercises to help employees identify and report misconduct, and have refashioned their internal complaint procedures to provide effective remedies. Yet the misconduct still persists seemingly unabated.

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