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Can Employers Discover Social Media From a Plaintiff in a Harassment Suit? It Depends

Recently, the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut denied in part an employer’s motion to compel the plaintiff to provide access to her social media accounts. The case, Marsteller v. Butterfield 8 Stamford LLC, involved sexual harassment under Title VII where the plaintiff alleged that her coworkers “repeatedly sexually harassed her, watched her […]

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