Chicago Cos. Must Prepare For New Sex Harassment Law

By Steven Pearlman, Edward Young and Dakota Treece (June 22, 2022, 4:58 PM EDT) -- The #MeToo movement led to legislative action on the federal, state and local levels, as lawmakers imposed new and varied requirements on employers in an effort to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace.

Such measures included, for example, workplace training requirements, limits on the use of nondisclosure restrictions and limits on arbitration agreements covering claims of workplace sexual harassment. But it didn't stop there, as we saw a proliferation of more detailed and creative requirements spring up in various states and localities.

While the legislatures in California and New York have led the way in developing creative methods of attempting to...

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