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Home » News » Older Posts » “How (Not) To Litigate A Sexual Harassment Class Action,” 19 Labor Lawyer 129 (Fall 2003).

“How (Not) To Litigate A Sexual Harassment Class Action,” 19 Labor Lawyer 129 (Fall 2003).

Who needs John Grisham or Scott Turow? The truth can be more compelling and fascinating than any fictionalized account of the legal world. Bingham and Gansler have done this, and more, with their account-Class Action (2002)-of a sexual harassment class action, Jenson et al. v. Eveleth Taconite et al., involving many of the female employees at the Eveleth Taconite iron ore mines in remote northern Minnesota. Read More…