The United States Supreme Court has decided to review whether a claim of quid pro quo sexual harassment may be brought under Title VII when the employee did not submit to the harasser's sexual advances and did not suffer any adverse employment actions.
Quid Pro Quo Harassment with No Adverse Consequences?
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Burlington Industries v. Ellerth, 123 F.3d 490 (7th Cir. 1997), cert granted, No. 97-569, __U.S.__, 1998 WL 21891 (Jan 23, 1998)
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