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Assistant Principal Not Immune From Employee's Sex Harassment Claim (access required)

An Orangeburg County assistant principal could not invoke governmental immunity to shield himself from an employee's sexual harassment-based outrage claims, the Supreme Court has ruled. The reason: the assistant principal's advances toward the employee, a teacher's assistant, fell outside the scope of his official duties, the high court said in a Sept. 27 opinion. The justices applied ...

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