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'Strict liability' for harassment reversed (access required)

An employer should not be held liable for sexual harassment for the "isolated but offensive" conduct of a worker, so long as it takes prompt corrective action, the en banc 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled. The 4th Circuit overturned a January panel decision that held an employer liable, even after conducting sensitivity training ...

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