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What To Do if You’re Being Sexually Harassed at Work

Despite an increased awareness of workplace sexual harassment, this is still an ongoing problem in California and throughout the country. Putting a stop to sexual harassment in your workplace starts with knowing what to do if you encounter this issue. Taking the right steps to shed light on sexual harassment at work and have the… read more

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What Is Visual Sexual Abuse?

Someone can abuse or harass another person in many different ways. The legal definition of sexual abuse is not only restricted to physical touching. It can also refer to verbal, visual or psychological sexual abuse. Visual sexual abuse is something that a victim could experience in school, at work or right at home. If you… read more

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What Is Verbal Sexual Abuse?

Sexual abuse is a highly faceted crime with many definitions. Many people don’t realize that sexual abuse does not have to involve physical touching. There are also nonphysical forms of abuse, including verbal abuse and harassment. If you were the target of verbal sexual abuse or a witness to this crime in California, contact a… read more

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NBC Today Show – Simone Biles Blames Entire System That Enabled ( Nassar’s) Abuse

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NDAs Silence Sexual Assault Victims and Protect Predators

Over one-third of the US workforce is bound by non-disclosure agreements (NDAs). NDAs can be detrimental to victims of sexual abuse and assault by prohibiting them from talking about sexual misconduct. In this way, they can perpetuate sexual abuse in the workplace and elsewhere, silence survivors, and protect sexual predators from ever having to face… read more

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Why Class Actions Protect Predators and Hurt Sexual Assault Victims

Class actions are common in sexual abuse and assault lawsuits, especially against institutions such as schools and churches. A class action permits one or more plaintiffs to file a civil lawsuit on behalf of a larger group of plaintiffs, or a “class.” Class actions eliminate redundancies by allowing multiple plaintiffs to file a single lawsuit… read more

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ABC Good Morning America – Star Olympic Gymnasts Call for Replacement of USOPC Board

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NBC Nightly News-Maggie Nichols Supports Dept. of Justice Decision to Reopen Investigation of FBI Misconduct in Nassar Case

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CBS This Morning- Jessica Howard Hopeful That New Investigation Will Hold USOPC, USAG and FBI Officials Accountable

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NBC Today Show- Aly Raisman Demands Justice in Botched FBI Investigation of Larry Nassar

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