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While ongoing discussions of harassment have mainly been situated in the human rights register (see our own series of posts on our Labour and Employment Law Blog), employers should also be aware of possible liability in the civil context.  Tort law allows complainants to sue for damages for harm visited upon them by another.  Traditional torts that might apply in a case of ...

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