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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 ...

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Business ‘Pipeline,’ Certification Process Are Trade Secrets (access required)

A government IT contractor may sue a former executive for trade secret misappropriation and breach of fiduciary duty for allegedly sharing with a competitor plaintiff contractor’s proprietary information for a customer support contract with the U.S. Postal Service, including lists ...

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