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#MeToo Movement Ushers in New California Sexual Harassment Laws

November 6, 2018 California Governor Jerry Brown signed numerous employment bills into law this year, many of which are in direct response to the #metoo movement. This article summarizes those new sexual harassment laws. All new laws take effect January 1, 2019 unless noted otherwise. Expansion of Who Can be Liable for Sexual Harassment (SB 224): This new law is directly in response to sexual harassment claims that have plagued the entertainment industry and Silicon Valley. It expands who can be liable for sexual harassment to include someone who “holds himself or herself out as being able to help the plaintiff establish a business, service, or professional relationship with the defendant

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