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If an Employer Fires an Employee It Believes Falsified a Report of Sexual Harassment, Is the Employer Liable for Retaliation?

Published by and on August 30, 2017

The Fourth Circuit recently held that an employer is not liable for Title VII retaliation even though it terminated an employee for supposedly lying about the sexual harassment of two other employees.

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