4 Tips To Keep A Jury On The Worker’s Side In A Bias Trial

Law360, New York (October 27, 2015, 1:30 PM EDT) -- Employees making scandalous sexual harassment or discrimination claims against their employers must be able to make a case that gets the jury to care about the bias they faced.

Workplace Title VII cases centering on shocking claims against an employer — such as the allegations of groping and grabbing, homophobic slurs and racial epithets at the center of a recent suit against staffing firm Labor Ready Mid-Atlantic Inc. — can pose challenges to plaintiffs' attorneys looking to get a jury on their side.

However, good strategies centered on the idea of fairness can go a long way toward getting a jury...

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