Hostile Work Environment Created By "Locker Room" Atmosphere

A hostile work environment was created by a "locker room" atmosphere characterized by unprofessional behavior by both males and females the Sixth Circuit has ruled in Gallagher v. CH Robinson Worldwide, Inc., No 08-3337 (May 22, 2009). This case is an important discussion of hostile work environment and sexual harassment law; to learn more click here.

Robert L. Abell, a lawyer in Lexington, Kentucky, represents employees in hostile work environment, sexual harassment and sex discrimination cases. One example is Massarone v. Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, et al. You can review here the complaint and amended complaint in the case as well as numerous news articles, "Suit Claims Sex Discrimination By Lexington Chief," "Walsh Is Target of Sex Bias Suit," "Ex-Chief Accused of Forcing Sex On Officer," "Sexual Assault Claims Included, Judge Rules In Suit of Ex-Police Chief, Race Bias Claim Also Allowed," "Former Officer Recants Charge Against Walsh," "Attorney: Claim Not Weakened In Walsh Case," "Sex Claim OK'd For Walsh Trial," and "Lawsuit Naming Walsh Settled."
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