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The Expansive Scope of California's Sexual Harassment Law

May 2, 2017 Sexual Harassment is in the news again: Uber, the UC System, Fox News. The harassment scenarios at these companies involve the more “typical” sexual harassment players and facts: A male employee in a position of power sexually harassing a female subordinate in the workplace. While most employers are able to identify these “typical” scenarios, they should also be aware of less typical fact patterns that can bring rise to legal claims under California’s expansive sexual harassment law. Sexual Harassment Law Basics There are two types of unlawful sexual harassment in California: 1) Hostile Work Environment in which the harasser engages in offensive and unwelcome sex or gender-base

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