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‘Shoving Incident’ Not Sexual Harassment (access required)

A woman who alleged her male supervisor physically assaulted her by shoving her on the arm after she made a comment during a work place meeting that he found offensive, cannot sue for sexual harassment, an Alexandria U.S. District Court says. Plaintiff has not shown that any alleged harassment was based on her gender or that ...

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