Harassment Class Action

January 3 2006

There are several types of harassment cases, including gender harassment, sexual harassment, police harassment, creditor harassment, and general harassment cases such as stalking or bullying. Harassment lawsuits can be filed against an employer, a co-worker, a neighbor, teacher, a student, a coach, or other persons.

Harassment is defined as any form of unsolicited, deliberately offensive behavior that has been requested to be stopped. This behavior can be physically violent or psychologically damaging.

• Racial/ Ethnic harassment: negative treatment toward an individual or a group based on characteristics of one's race, such as physical characteristics, language, culture, or religion.

• Gender or Sexual Orientation harassment: offensive behavior toward an individual or group based on prejudice toward their gender or sexual orientation.

• Sexual harassment: unwanted offensive behavior including sexual advances, quid pro quo, physical touching, vulgar language, pornographic displays, etc. Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination that violates state and federal law. [See more on Sexual Harassment]

• Stalking/ Bullying: continuous, deliberately offensive behavior that intrudes on the victim's privacy and/or physical/mental safety. This can include physical harassment as well as harassment via phone, internet or other electronic devices.

In many harassment cases, the victim does not have to be the person harassed but simply one person or multiple persons affected by the offensive conduct.

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