Jennifer Drobac

Professor of Law at Indiana University

Professor of law at Indiana University and an expert on sexual harassment

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As  more  women feel empowered to come forward with their stories of experiencing sexual assault and harassment, workplaces are having to reassess how they handle these claims.

Where are the legal lines on harassment?

As more women feel empowered to come forward with their stories of experiencing sexual assault and harassment, workplaces are having to reassess how they handle these claims.

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