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Isolated Grabbing Not Sexual Harassment (access required)

A female school employee who alleges a male school employee made two attempts – the second one successful – to grab her breasts because he said he wanted to see if they were “real” cannot sue for Title VII sexual harassment based on these isolated incidents, says a Charlottesville U.S. District Court. There are no allegations ...

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