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Sexual Harassment Case against the Minneapolis Star Newspaper Settles for $300,000

by Peter M. LaSorsa

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC“) announced the settlement of a sexual harassment case with the Minneapolis Star, the state’s largest newspaper. The federal court in Minneapolis is still required to approve the deal.

The EEOC alleges in the complaint that the newspaper allowed a Minneapolis Star agreed to pay between $305,000 and $325,000 to settle the case. As another condition of the settlement the newspaper agreed to take steps to prevent sexual harassment  agreed to pay between $305,000 and $325,000 to settle the case. As another condition of the settlement the newspaper agreed to take steps to prevent sexual harassment in that mailroom in the future.

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by Peter M. LaSorsa
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