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Employment Discrimination – Title VII – Hostile Environment – Policewoman – Vicarious Liability (access required)

A magistrate judge for the Richmond U.S. District Court denies defendant city’s motion to be dismissed from a policewoman’s Title VII suit alleging hostile work environment; because the harassing conduct alleged in the complaint was effectuated by a supervisor, vicarious liability can be imputed to the city. Plaintiff alleges that throughout her employment, she was subjected ...

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