A recent poll finds that “nearly half the women in New York state say they’ve been victims of sexual harassment” and “about 70 percent of respondents agree that sexual harassment in the workplace is a significant problem.”

As the number of EEOC-filed sexual harassment lawsuits filed continues to rise, Amy Foote explains to New York Law Journal what companies and their counsel can do to prevent legal action and mitigate risk.

Read the full article: “Key Methods to Help Prevent Workplace Sexual Harassment Claims.”

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Amy R. Foote

Amy R. Foote, a Partner with StoneTurn, brings nearly 20 years of legal, regulatory, compliance and investigative experience as a prosecutor, internal corporate counsel and litigator. She has advised public […]

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