In a startling court order, a judge required a company to inform their customers about their sexual harassment verdict against them for over $1 million. (EEOC v. Custom Cos. No. 2 C 3768, N.D.Ill. 3/8/07). In a 50-page opinion, the court characterized the company’s behavior as “reprehensible” based on a “sexually charged atmosphere” of touching, sexual advances, sexually explicit comments and jokes.
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