CBS News: Why Sexual Harassment Suits are so Hard to Win

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December 7, 2017

Sexual harassment lawyer Tom Spiggle can look out across the Potomac River and see where the easy court cases are. Only a bridge separates his Arlington, Virginia, headquarters — located in a state with no sexual harassment law — and the District of Columbia, which has a “Human Rights Act” that goes after predators. “Geography,” he said, “is an arbitrary factor in sexual harassment.”

The almost daily scandals about sexual predators — in which both media and political personalities are falling like dominoes — appear to make it the ideal time to consult attorneys such as Spiggle about employers or co-workers who’ve been making lewd comments, exposing themselves or simply using their position to bully underlings into compromising positions.

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