Md. House considers removing arbitration clauses for sexual harassment claims

With the rise of the #MeToo movement and heightened awareness about sexual harassment in the workplace, the General Assembly is weighing bills that would outlaw provisions in an employment contract or policy waiving the right to a legal remedy for sexual harassment claims. “It has become apparent that sexual harassment affects women of all classes and ...

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