Does Sexual Harassment Require Proof of Psychological Injury? An Analysis of Harris v. Forklift SystemsJournal Articles
Publication Information1993-1994 Preview U.S. Sup. Ct. Cas. 28 (1993-1994)
AbstractThis article previews the Supreme Court case Harris v. Forklift Systems, Inc., 510 U.S. 17 (1993). The author expected the Court to address whether, under Title VII the Civil Rights Act of 1965, a plaintiff is required to prove that he or she suffered psychological injury as a result of sexual harassment in the workplace in order to prove a hostile-environment.
Citation InformationBarbara J. Fick. "Does Sexual Harassment Require Proof of Psychological Injury? An Analysis of Harris v. Forklift Systems" (1993)
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