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SEC Harassment Suit Still Meritless, Court Finds

Law360 (February 10, 2006, 12:00 AM EST) -- It’s been a rough twenty-seven years at the Securities and Exchange Commission for one female employee who has repeatedly sued the organization for sexual harassment. This week, thye attorney suffered another setback when an appeals court reaffirmed a lower court’s finding that the SEC did not violate her rights.

Catherine Broderick first brought allegations of a sexually hostile work environment and retaliation against the SEC in 1986, a case that received widespread attention from the national media when she told her story to TIME Magazine and...
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