Learn how to legally address issues of sexual harassment and how to move forward as a company.
With allegations of sexual harassment surfacing daily, and the threat of strong backlash and high litigation costs associated with those allegations, companies can find it difficult to know how to respond, particularly when allegations surface years after the alleged conduct occurred. Ineffective responses to these situations can not only lead to multi-million-dollar lawsuits, but prove devastating for employees, management, and the company's reputation. In this topic, you will learn how to address instances of sexual harassment after the fact. We will equip you and your management staff to effectively respond to sexual harassment and show you how to move forward.
Emily E. Town
Jackson Lewis P.C.
- Associate in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania office of Jackson Lewis P.C.
- Working on behalf of employers, she brings to her practice experience representing employees and labor unions in state and federal courts, before administrative tribunals, and at the National Labor Relations Board
- Her heterogeneous insight into all phases of federal court litigation was enhanced serving as a law clerk to the Honorable Arthur J. Schwab, United States District Judge for the Western District of Pennsylvania
- In addition, she has been an adjunct professor of law at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law — helping students to hone practical trial advocacy skills in the Unemployment Compensation Practicum and providing an overview of workplace safety and labor law in Pitt’s HRLaw Online program
- She brings what she’s experienced, taught, and learned to working with clients to provide them with the most innovative solutions to any issue they face
- During law school, she served as an intern to the Honorable Nora Barry Fischer, United States District Judge for the Western District of Pennsylvania, and was senior topics editor of the University of Pittsburgh Law Review
- Prior to law school, she worked as a mobile crisis worker and forensic therapist for a community mental health center in rural Pennsylvania - experience that helped sharpen the interviewing and investigation skills that she has put to use in employment litigation
- The Best Lawyers in America©, Ones to Watch: Labor and Employment Law - Employee and Litigation - Labor and Employment, 2021
- J.D. degree, cum laude, University of Pittsburgh School of Law; B.A. degree, American University
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