Me Too Movement in Nevada
October 1, 2018, Northern Nevada Law Journal, Pages 13, 14 & 15, by Rob Sabo
From Supreme court nominees to billionaire sports franchise owners and disgraced comedians, the Me Too movement and sexual harassment claims continue to make national headlines. Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, U.S. Circuit Judge Brett Kavanaugh and Bill Cosby recently joined the likes of Charlie Rose, Matt Lauer, Bill O’Reilly, Harvey Weinstein, Les Moonves and many others who’ve been accused or convicted of sexual misconduct. In Cuban’s case, he was not directly accused but rather was at the helm of an organization that routinely promoted a culture of misogyny and predatory sexual behavior against women. But it’s not just the rich and famous or privileged who are coming under scrutiny. Sexual harassment is pervasive throughout workplaces across the country. To read entire article click here.
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