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Labor & Employment – Discrimination – Sexual Harassment – Municipal – Public Employees (access required)

Okoli v. City of Baltimore A woman whose boss, head of a Baltimore aging agency, “forcibly kissed her, fondled her leg, propositioned her, asked sexually explicit questions, described sexual activities he wished to perform and then, after she spurned the advances and filed a harassment complaint, fired her,” stated claims for hostile environment, quid pro quo harassment and retaliation, and the 4th Circuit vacates summary judgment for the employer and remands the harassment suit.

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