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No Emotional Distress for Store Manager’s Conduct (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court dismisses a claim for emotional distress filed by a female clerk at an auto-parts store based on her boss’s boorish conduct from the clerk’s Title VII suit alleging sexual harassment. Courts have recognized that society is a rough and tumble outfit. Inherent in contact with others are snubs, insults and ...

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