The Lamberton Law Blog

Pittsburgh employment lawyer Charles A. Lamberton

On the offense with the employer’s sexual harassment investigation
September 12, 2014
By: Charles Lamberton

Most sexual harassment and racial harassment cases have a front-end and back-end. The front-end consists of the underlying acts of sexual harassment (or racial harassment) against the employee, for which the employee complained. The back-end consists of the employer’s investigation of and response to the employee’s complaint. It can be tempting to conceptualize the liability-creating […]

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Terminated after reporting sexual harassment?
April 29, 2014
By: Charles Lamberton

First, understand that you did the right thing. You were correct to complain because sexual harassment at work is illegal. Under the law, you also had a duty to complain so that the employer could investigate and hopefully put an end to the sexual harassment. Unfortunately, your employer fired you instead. Now it’s time to […]

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