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Tag: #MeToo

New Federal Law Bans Enforcement of Mandatory Arbitration Agreements in Sexual Assault and Harassment Cases

03/18/2022   |   BY Brian J. MacDonough

In order to avoid public scrutiny, many employers require employees and prospective employees to agree to resolve employment disputes in... Read More »

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UPDATE: IRS Says NDAs Don’t Prevent Plaintiffs from Deducting Attorneys’ Fees in Sexual Harassment Settlements

03/11/2019   |   BY David I. Brody

The 2017 Tax Cuts and Job Act (the “Act”), contained troubling language for plaintiffs seeking to settle sexual harassment claims... Read More »

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Punishing Unlawful Employers – Juries Say #MeToo

11/19/2018   |   BY David I. Brody

The effects of the #MeToo movement have reached almost all corners of our lives, and the courtroom has been no... Read More »

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More on Sexual Harassment

08/22/2018   |   BY Brian J. MacDonough

As we have predicted, in the wake of revelations of unbridled, systemic abuse, sexual harassment cases are going to be... Read More »

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#MeToo and the New Tax Law: Beware Of The Unintended Consequences

04/27/2018   |   BY Brian J. MacDonough and David I. Brody

As the dust settles from the recent legislative collision between the #MeToo movement and tax reform, it is the proponents... Read More »