The Supreme Court, with near-unanimity (Thomas dissenting), has decided a case involving claims in which sexual harassment law intersects with the law of "constructive discharge" -- that is to say, where complainants weren't fired but say they had to quit because the environment at work was so hostile. George Lenard analyzes the case and discusses press reaction (Jun. 14 and Jun. 15) and Michael Fox also comments (opinions courtesy Findlaw).
Pennsylvania State Police v. Suders
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