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New ABA Policy Takes Aim At Sexual Harassment, Retaliation

Law360 (February 6, 2018, 2:17 PM EST) -- The American Bar Association’s policy-making arm on the last day of its midyear meeting Monday passed a trove of resolutions, including a policy change aimed at how sexual harassment and retaliation claims are handled at legal industry employers.

At the meeting, held in Vancouver, British Columbia, the ABA’s House of Delegates passed nearly three dozen resolutions, tackling issues from immigration to gender identity and sexual orientation to sexual harassment and retaliation.

Among the resolutions that the 601-member body unanimously approved, Resolution 302 urges employers to “adopt...
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