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Drafting Employment Agreements to Address Bad Behavior

January 12, 2022 (2 min read)

Efforts to reduce the incidence of workplace sexual harassment and identify and punish wrongdoers have increased significantly. Defining consequential misconduct is an important part of drafting a “for cause” termination clause.


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