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Hostile Environment Claim Advances, But No Quid Pro Quo Claim (access required)

A female trainer of bomb-sniffing dogs for a government contractor failed to exhaust a Title VII claim for quid pro quo sexual harassment in her EEOC charge, which referenced her former male supervisor’s groping and lewd text messages, but the Norfolk U.S. District Court says her claims for hostile work environment and retaliation are covered ...

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