Evidentiary Issues in Sexual Harassment Litigation
The balance between full and fair disclosure and the protection of legitimate privacy interests at trial is seldom easy to strike. But it can be especially difficult in sexual harassment cases. In this document, Harriet E. Cooperman, Partner and Chair of the Labor, Employment and Employee Benefits Practice Group, addresses how the Federal Rules of Evidence present opportunities and challenges for plaintiffs and defendants in sexual harassment cases.
The document includes a Practice Checklist for attorneys dealing with evidentiary issues in sexual harassment litigation.