The Lamberton Law Blog

Pittsburgh employment lawyer Charles A. Lamberton

Sexual harassment ABC’s
April 19, 2022
By: Charles Lamberton

Researchers identify at least three different forms of sexual harassment.  “Gender hostility” refers to derogatory comments or actions that invoke sex or gender, rather than explicit requests for sex.  Sexist hostility is specific to gender (for example, someone makes a joke about women in a meeting.  Sexual hostility has a sexual component (for example, someone […]

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Why I hate sexual harassers
November 9, 2019
By: Charles Lamberton

I hate sexual harassers because I hate bullies. I hate them because they exploit physical and economic power over women. I hate them because they choose not to control themselves. I hate them because they disrespect women. I hate them because they make the world a less fair and less safe place. When I represent […]

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Sexual assault charges mount against Kavanaugh
September 27, 2018
By: Charles Lamberton

One thing I have learned in 22 years of practice is that when it comes to sexual assault in the workplace, where there is smoke, there is fire. In every sexual assault case I’ve handled, the perpetrator assaulted multiple victims. In one negligent hiring case, the perpetrator who sexually assaulted my client had a prior criminal […]

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