Courts Reject Most Sexual Harassment Cases

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Many actors, politicians and executives, are now facing sexual-harassment allegations in the court of public opinion. The latest was Matt Lauer of NBC's "Today" show, who was fired for inappropriate conduct. In actual courts, cases filed by workers against their employers are very often dismissed by judges, NPR reports. The standard for harassment under the law is high, and only . . .

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