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Labor & Employment – Hospital Policy Protects in Title VII Harassment Case (access required)

Crockett v. Mission Hospital Inc. The 4th Circuit affirms summary judgment for defendant hospital in a Title VII suit filed by a female radiologic technologist because the hospital had communicated its anti-harassment policy to hospital personnel and promptly attempted to investigate plaintiff’s unspecified claim of “horrific” conduct by her male supervisor; despite plaintiff’s complaint that the supervisor had required her to raise her shirt to show she was not wearing a wire, sat with his knees outside hers and asked for a kiss, she was terminated after repeated warnings about improper cell phone use at work and because she violated HIPAA by surreptitiously recording patients.

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