Workplace Sexual Harassment in the #MeToo / Weinstein Era


Has the #MeToo movement positively/negatively affected reporting of sexual harassment at work? As sexual misconduct scandals rock the nation, what are employers, employees and the law going to do about it?

The American Law Journal presents “Workplace Sexual Harassment in the #MeToo/Weinstein Era.” Christopher Naughton welcomes employment attorneys Anthony Haller of Blank Rome and Alice W. Ballard Alice Ballard of Law Office, Mary Tiernan from the EEOC and HR manager Joey Price of Jumpstart:HR. Former Boies Schiller attorney Ally Coll Steele, founder of The Purple Campaign, joins the conversation via satellite from Washington DC.


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In the opening feature report, American Lawyer Magazine Executive Editor Gina Passarella interviews plaintiff’s counsel Marc Rapaport of Rapaport Law and corporate counsel Melissa Osipoff of Fisher Phillips, examining sexual harassment’s legal history and questioning the role of human resources in such matters.

The American Law Journal is the recent winner of two Mid-Atlantic Emmy® awards for 2017 for a total of five since 2015.  All programs are available at Program 1809.

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